He Was the King of Israeli Lobbyists. Then He Quit Overnight

With clients such as Google and Philip Morris, industry observers wonder why Boris Krasny closed the lobbying arm of his consultancy - and whether the move will help decentralize Israel’s lobbying sector

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Boris Krasny, owner of the consulting firm Policy. For 20 years its lobbying efforts have taken place without Krasny going near the Knesset.
Boris Krasny, owner of the consulting firm Policy. For 20 years its lobbying efforts have taken place without Krasny going near the Knesset.
Shuki Sadeh
Shuki Sadeh
Shuki Sadeh
Shuki Sadeh

Top class restaurant Pastel in Tel Aviv, about three weeks ago. Employees of the consulting firm Policy gathered at the chef restaurant to bid farewell to Policy co-CEO Tamar Abramovich, who was leaving the company after 14 years. Boris Krasny, the owner, was as charming and cheerful as always. The wine and food flowed as toasts were made and the departing executive received her haul of gifts.

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