Former Execs From Israel's Bank Leumi to Face Probe on U.S. Tax Evasion Affair

Israel’s attorney general instructs police to question Galia Maor, Eitan Raff and Zvi Itskovitz in case that cost bank $400 million fine in U.S.

Michael Rochvarger
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Galia Maor, former chief executive officer of Bank Leumi Le-Israel Ltd. Maor, alongside former executives Eitan Raff and Zvi Itskovitch, are to be questioned by the police over their role in a case involving alleged U.S. tax evasion
Galia Maor, ex-CEO of Bank Leumi. Maor, along with former executives Eitan Raff and Zvi Itskovitz, are to be questioned by police over their role in alleged U.S. tax evasion.Credit: Ofer Vaknin
Michael Rochvarger

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