Gaby Fiszman made economic adviser to Israeli PM

New Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon appointed on Mar 13, 2001, a Bank of Israel official as his economic adviser, a statement from his office said.

Gabriel Fiszman currently serves as deputy director of the monetary department in the Bank of Israel and represents the central bank on the board of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. It was not immediately clear whether Fiszman would leave his post at the central bank to advise Sharon.

Fiszman previously acted as an adviser to former Bank of Israel

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