G. Willi-Food International Ltd., a global company that specializes in the development, marketing and international distribution of kosher foods, announced today that Mr. Amir Kaplan has been appointed as chief financial officer effective immediately.
The Company also announced that Mr. Yitschak Barabi, the former interim chief financial officer, has been appointed as controller and deputy chief financial officer.
Mr. Kaplan served since July 2011 as the CFO of RSL Electronics Ltd., an Israeli public company whose shares are traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. Mr. Kaplan holds a BA (Accounting & Economic) from Haifa University and MBA (Business Administration) from Tel-Aviv University.
Source: G. Willi-Food International
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