President, Israel Diamond Exchange
Yoram Dvash is married and has three children. His diamond company, Dvash Diamonds, was established in 1991. Starting out in the production of small, square- and princess-cut diamonds, Dvash gradually moved into the manufacturing of larger stones, square-shaped and rounds, in sizes up to five carats.
Yoram Dvash has been a member of the Israel Diamond Manufacturers Association (IsDMA) since the beginning of the century and an IsDMA board member since 2011. He also served a term on the board of the Israel Diamond Institute.
In the IDE elections held in 2013, Dvash was elected Honorary Secretary of the IDE, Chairperson of the IDE’s industry committee and Marketing Committee, and Observer on behalf of manufacturers at the IDE.
During his tenure as Chairperson of the IDE’s industry committee, Dvash was essential in pushing forward the Modern Manufacturing Center in Ramat Gan. He also initiated the "10+ -carat development section" in the technological service area in the bourse trading hall, to assure that such diamonds are manufactured in Israel rather than abroad.