Fogel to head Bank of Israel advisory committee

Israel's Finance Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has recommended establishing an advisory committee to the Bank of Israel to be headed by Aharon Fogel. Fogel is known as one of the most outspoken critics of Bank of Israel Governor David Klein's cautious monetary policy.

Source: Jerusalem Post

Finance Minister Binyamin Netanyahu recommended Friday the establishment of an advisory committee to the Bank of Israel, to be headed by Aharon Fogel, current Migdal Insurance chairman, and a former Treasury

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