The Bank of Israel and its functions
Who is the head of the Bank of Israel?
The Hebrew word for “Governor” – “Nagid” – comes from the book of I Chronicles (26:24), which mentions a person named Shvu’el son of Gershom son of Moses, who was “Governor of the Treasury”, meaning the person appointed over the Treasury. This term is therefore appropriate for the current position of Bank of Israel Governor.
The Bank of Israel is also called
Who is permitted to issue money in the State of Israel?
What is included among the Bank of Israel’s functions and objectives?
Which of the following is one of the Bank of Israel’s functions?
Who was the first Governor of the Bank of Israel?
Who appoints the Governor?
What is the Bank of Israel’s status?
What is the Bank of Israel’s primary objective (as set out in the Bank of Israel Law)?
How long is the Governor’s term?
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