Visit the Bank of Israel
The Ministry of Aliyah and the Municipality of Jerusalem are pleased to invite you to visit The Bank of Israel
The Bank of Israel was established by law in 1954. In 2010 a new Bank of Israel Law was passed which redeﬁnes the objectives and roles of the Bank, the tools available to it to achieve those objectives, and how decisions are made in the Bank––in line with the norms accepted in most major economies.
Since its establishment the Bank of Israel has made an important contribution to building the economy and maintaining its strength and stability, and the history of the Bank is interwoven with the history of Israel.
The Bank remains an integral part of Israel’s economic progress.
Sunday February 9th at 10.15 am – Kaplan Street 2, Jerusalem
10:15 – 10:30: Registration
10:30 – 11:00: Refreshments and welcome – Dr. Zadok Alon, Head of Visitors Center
11:00 – 11:45: The personal story of Dr. Oleg Maslovich from the Market Operations Department; Dr. Maslovich (Phd in Economics) immigrated to Israel in 1991.
11:45 – 12:30: The Visitors Center – tour (the Numismatic Exhibition); familiarizing with the Bank of Israel’s functions and its contribution to Israel’s economy.
12:30 – 12:45: Break
12:45 – 13:30: Recruitment issues, Mrs. Dana Bracha, Personal Unit.
Discover the Bank of Israel and its Opportunities
Please confirm your attendance. Number of places limited.
Registration: send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Specify your name, professional activities, country of origin and Aliyah date.
This visit is targeted to Jerusalem Olim (in their first 10 years in Israel) who have earned a Master’s, doctorate or post-doctorate.