Israel Securities Authority Chairman Moshe Terry owns a 5 percent block of shares in LeadCom Integrated Solutions, an Israeli company that went public in London this week, Haaretz has learned.
Eytan Avriel is a co-founder of TheMarker, the business newspaper of the Haaretz Group. He is also the chief editor of TheMarker.com.
American fund manager Vanguard is to launch in Israel in the coming months, according to FIE, which represents Vanguard locally, as well as company representatives who have arrived in Israel for a Tel Aviv conference.
2004 was a very good year economically, according to data released by the Central Bureau of Statistics yesterday. The economy expanded 4.3 percent, more than tripling 2003's growth rate of 1.3 percent.
Stanley Fischer, an American Jew who is currently vice chairman of the world's biggest banking corporation, Citigroup, will be the next governor of the Bank of Israel.
Swary has turned down Cohen's offer, but Cohen has not despaired of roping in the accountant, who makes frequent headlines for his appraisals of Israel's biggest companies.