The corresponding quarter's profit reflected material one-time income. The bank has raised its dividend.
Israelis investing abroad no longer need inform the Tax Authority about such investments in advance, instead the banks will provide data about overseas payments.
New customers will no longer have to visit a bank branch for identification before opening an online account.
IDI Direct Insurance's third quarter profit grew by 112% to NIS 58 million.
Together with its cyber insurance policy and risk insights, the Israeli company allows clients and brokers to better manage and control cyber risk.
114 taxpayers in Canada's voluntary disclosure program say that the Israeli bank helped them evade taxes.
Net profit rose in the third quarter to NIS 313 million, up from NIS 188 million in the corresponding quarter of 2016.
The bank finished the third quarter with a NIS 261 million net profit.
After the criticism of Bank Hapoalim's handling of the affair with Zion Kenan, it appears the bank is trying to learn lessons from the event.
The FBI recently managed to arrest the CEO of an Israeli based binary options company.