Yoram Dvash Announces New Board, Chairs of Committees

Yoram Dvash, the newly elected President of the Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE), has announced the completion of appointments to the board of directors and Chairs of IDE committees. 

The IDE Presidium and Board is as follows:

Yoram Dvash, President

Yehezkel Blum, Executive Vice President

Shalom Papir, Senior Deputy President

Yaacov Ahron Shely, Vice President and Treasurer

Eli Shiri, Vice President, in rotation with Yoram Harel-Haimoff

Yoram Harel-Haimoff Vice President, in rotation with Eli Shiri

Boaz Moldawsky, Chair, Finance Committee

Eyal Fruchter, Chair, Judicial Committee

Meir Dalumi, Honorary Secretary

Shai Schnitzer, Honorary Secretary

Chaim Volner - Member of the Board

Emma Janover - Member of the Board

Philippe Frey - Member of the Board

Herzel Siton - Member of the Board

Shlomo Eden - Member of the Board

Hani Israel - Member of the Board

Ilan Samuel - Member of the Board

 

The chairpersons of the committees are as follows:

Finance - Boaz Moldawsky

Judicial - Eyal Fruchter

External Affairs - Meir Dalumi  

Industry - Eli Shiri

Banks - Yehezkel Blum

Taxation - Yehezkel Blum

IT and Innovation - Shai Schnitzer

Strategic Thinking - Meir Dalumi

Permanent Membership Approval - Herzl Siton

Member Acceptance - Yoram Harel-Haimoff

Rough Diamonds - Shai Schnitzer

Jewellery - Ilan Samuel

Israel Diamond Week - Moti Fluk

Immigrant Absorption - Philippe Frey

Trade Hall - Philippe Frey

Commemoration & Honors - Yoram Harel-Haimoff

Sports - Yoram Harel-Haimoff

Corporate Social Responsibility - Emma Janover

Consumer Affairs - Chana Israel

 

"I feel we have assembled an excellent team that is well equipped to cope with the many challenges we have ahead of us," Dvash noted. "There are a lot of new, young faces on the board, but also members with decades of experience. As I see it, this is just the right mix of talents that we need to propel our exchange and industry at large forward. I wish all a successful and fruitful term in office," Dvash concluded.