Leumi Bank
Tel-Aviv, Israel

Leumi Bank

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Company: Leumi Bank
Fields of operation: Finance
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Bank Leumi USA is an FDIC-insured full service commercial bank that has been operating in the U.S. for over half a century with offices located in New York, California, Florida, Illinois and a representative office in Israel. We offer U.S. and international banking services to commercial and private banking clients as well as offering a full range of securities and insurance products through our broker-dealer subsidiary, Leumi Investment Services Inc. (LISI), is a FINRA and SIPC member, and investments purchased through LISI are not FDIC insured, have no bank guarantee, and may lose value.

As a relationship driven boutique bank, we provide personalized guidance and services to targeted middle market commercial clients as well as private banking clients in the United States and abroad. As the largest subsidiary of the Leumi Group, Israel's leading bank, we provide unparalleled access to Israeli generated products and research for our private banking clients and strong foreign exchange and trade finance capabilities for our commercial banking clients.

We have an in-depth understanding of the business environment, challenges and constraints facing Israeli High Tech firms conducting business in the U.S. We are the only Israeli related banking group with High Tech teams in New York and Silicon Valley. From Start-Ups to public companies to venture capital firms we offer the best of both worlds with and unparalleled level of service.

Bank Leumi USA is the largest subsidiary of the Leumi Group, Israel’s leading banking group, founded in 1902, with total financial assets under management, amounting to $310 billion and shareholders’ equity of $7.6 billion. Bank Leumi USA and Bank Leumi le-Israel B.M. are separate legal entities. The Leumi Group is recognized as a significant force in international finance and serves clients around the world through 326 branches and offices in Israel and abroad, with major world financial centers in 15 countries, and a broad network of correspondent banks.