Rakefet Russak-Aminoach

8 stories about Rakefet Russak-Aminoach
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AI chip unicorn Hailo appoints Rakefet Russak Aminoach as Chairwoman of the Board

20.05.24|Meir Orbach
Russak Aminoach has been serving as a director on Hailo's board for four years, and she replaces the late Zohar Zisapel, who had served as the Chairman of Hailo since its founding 
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Russak-Aminoach embracing hi-tech life with fintech-on-steroids incubator

21.03.22|Sophie Shulman
The former CEO of Bank Leumi discusses the 2014 cyber attack, the missed opportunity with Pepper, and the fintech projects she is leading in her new role at Team8
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Team8 launches new fintech startup founding platform, targeting $100 million in investments

15.09.20|Hagar Ravet and Meir Orbach
The group will found and invest in early stage companies in exchange for 50% of their equity
רקפת רוסק עמינח מנכלית בנק לאומי 14.8.18

Former Leumi boss Russak-Aminoach joins $300 million SPAC

03.09.20|Meir Orbach
Russak-Aminoach, who is also in the midst of setting up Team8's fintech fund, holds almost one percent of Fortress Value Acquisition’s shares
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Bank Leumi Promotes Hanan Friedman to CEO

27.08.19|Adi Pick
In June, Rakefet Russak-Aminoach announced she would be stepping down as the bank’s CEO after a seven-year tenure, as soon as Leumi’s board names her replacement
רקפת רוסק עמינח מנכלית בנק לאומי 14.8.18

Israel's Banking Ecosystem Is Experiencing Upheaval

01.07.19|Raheli Bindman
On Sunday, Israel’s Bank Leumi CEO and President Rakefet Russak-Aminoach announced her upcoming retirement, becoming the third Israeli bank CEO to do so since April
רקפת רוסק עמינח מנכלית בנק לאומי 14.8.18

Bank Leumi President and CEO to Retire After Seven Years

30.06.19|Raheli Bindman and Micky Grunfeld
Rakefet Russak-Aminoach is in talks to join Israeli cybersecurity think tank and startup foundry Team8 LLC., according to source
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Michael Dell's MSD Capital, Endicott Buy a 15% Stake at Bank Leumi Corporation at a Company Value of $1 Billion

22.01.18|Amarelle Wenkert
The New York-based firms paid $140 million and will enter as strategic partners in Bank Leumi Le-Israel Corporation, a New York-based subsidiary of Israel’s Bank Leumi