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"In the midst of all this blackness there was a beam of light" - voila! money

2023-12-09T12:58:17.102Z

Highlights: "In the midst of all this blackness there was a beam of light" - voila! money. Zvi Stepak, one of the founders of Meitav Investment House, feels that "the business sector, which for years has lived in its own bubble, has been fully harnessed" "For me, this is a kind of dream come true, because that's exactly how the business sector should behave. Be attentive to workers, attentive to suppliers," says Stepak.


Zvi Stepak, one of the founders of Meitav Investment House, feels that "the business sector, which for years has lived in its own bubble even during the regime coup and even more so during the war, has been fully harnessed."


"In the midst of all this blackness, this darkness, there was a point of light." Zvi Stepak/Meitav Dash

"It wasn't just Black Saturday. It's been a damn year. No, not from the point of view of the capital markets, not before and not after Black Sabbath. Black Sabbath changed our lives in this country, but the changes began to take place earlier, but they intensified in an incredible and appalling way.


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"The sense of anxiety that was the lot of many residents of this country even before the Black Sabbath during the regime coup intensified. The loss of the sense of security of almost every citizen of this country came first, and it too intensified and reached nightmarish regions. And what connects these two, the sense of anxiety and the sense of insecurity, is the citizens' lack of trust in the country's leaders and decision makers.

"And in the midst of all this blackness, this darkness, there was a point of light. No, not a bright spot. Light beam. And that's mostly what has changed. The wonderful manifestations of civil society volunteering, and no less important, the tremendous mobilization of the business sector, which for years lived in its own bubble, and now, even during the regime coup and even more so during the war, has been fully mobilized.

"For me, this is a kind of dream come true, because that's exactly how the business sector should behave. Be attentive to workers, attentive to suppliers, attentive to the community around him, a paragon of attentive capitalism. All this made me more determined to fight for a better Israel, for leadership worthy of this people, even when the war ends and we return to a kind of routine."

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Source: walla

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