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IDE Appoints Advisory Council of Former Presidents, Industry Figures

Dec 31, 2015 10:49 AM   By Rapaport News
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RAPAPORT... Yoram Dvash, the new president of the Israel Diamond Exchange (IDE), has set up an advisory panel comprising three former presidents of the bourse and two other senior industry officials.

The Presidents' Consultative Council includes Shmuel Schnitzer, Avi Paz and Yair Sahar, who are all honorary presidents of the IDE. They are joined by Jacob (Kobi) Korn, president of the Israel Diamond Manufacturers Association (IsDMA), and Moti Ganz, chairman of the Israel Diamond Institute and a former president of IsDMA.

The new council will hold regular meetings and advise Dvash on all current matters, according to an IDE statement December 31.

"I am aware of the ample experience my predecessors have accumulated during their terms of service and wish to seek their advice and insights for the benefit of my administration and the membership," Dvash said in the statement.

"While I am confident that we will continue to develop and grow, it will require different strategies and multi-faceted policies to ensure that the Israel diamond industry and trade adapts, changes and, as a result, will continue to thrive and grow."
Tags: Avi Paz, IsDMA, Israel, Israel Diamond Exchange, Israel Diamond Institute, Israel Diamond Manufacturers Association, Jacob Korn, Moti Ganz, Presidents' Consultative Council, Rapaport News, Shmuel Schnitzer, Yair Sahar
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