TEL AVIV, June 19 Israel's banking regulator has approved the appointment of Arik Pinto as the new chief executive officer of Bank Hapoalim, the country's biggest bank said on Sunday.
Pinto, the bank's deputy CEO, will replace Zion Kenan. His starting data has yet to be determined, the bank said in a brief statement.
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