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Israel: The Bank of Israel appointed Daniel Hahiashvili as the new supervisor of banks, succeeding Yair Avidan with effect from June 22.

Hahiashvili is a Bank of Israel veteran who joined the central bank in 2002. In 2014, then-governor Karnit Flug appointed Hahiashvili as her chief of staff.

Four years later, he became head of the technology and innovation division in the banking supervision department. Hahiashvili holds a master’s in economics and business administration from the Hebrew

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