Oil Refineries, Israel’s largest integrated refining and petrochemical group, has named Yisrael Lederberg as chief financial officer (CFO). Lederberg will be replacing Yigal Salhov on 1 December, following a handover period which will overlap with the outgoing CFO’s time.
Until recently Lederberg served as deputy CEO and CFO of Hot, an Israel-based cable company, where he was involved in its merger with other cable companies in 2007. Before that, in 1996, he was involved in setting up 012 Golden Lines, an Israeli phone line service, where he served as the company’s CFO.
Lederberg has a BA in Economics and Accounting and an MBA from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
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