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First International Bank of Israel, parent change stock tickers

First International Bank of Israel Ltd.'s ticker symbol on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange was changed to FIBI from FTIN, while that of its parent company and major shareholder, FIBI Holdings Ltd., was changed to FIBIH from FIBI.

The changes, effective Jan. 9, were aimed at simplifying and increasing investor transparency when analyzing both companies.