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Report: Bank Hapoalim considering sale of Clal Insurance stake

Bank Hapoalim BM is understood to be considering a potential sale of its 9.47% stake in Clal Insurance Enterprises Holdings Ltd., given the recent rise in the latter's share price, Globes reported.

In Israel, companies holding a 5% or more stake in an investment firm need to secure an authorization similar to those holding a majority stake, making it difficult to find buyers that meet these regulatory requirements in recent years, the newspaper noted.

Taking this into account, Bank Hapoalim may need to look for at least two buyers to sell its stake in the insurer, which is currently valued at 353 million shekels, according to the report.

As of Oct. 15, US$1 was equivalent to 3.63 Israeli shekels.