Arison Investments creates financial returns alongside added value for humanity and preserving the Earth’s natural resources.
Its main areas of operation include finance, real estate, infrastructure, renewable energy, water, and salt industry. It's companies constitute the pillars of the Israeli economy, including Bank Hapoalim, Shikun & Binui, Miya, and Salt of the Earth.
Operating in more than 40 countries across 5 continents in finances, infrastructure, real estate, renewable energy, and water, Arison Investments applies the vision of Doing Good is Good Business, viewing universal challenges as opportunities to create business innovation.
Arison Investments long-term strategy places emphasis on encouraging large-scale ventures that provide a values-based response to the basic needs of large populations, while balancing between people, profit, and planet.
Bank Hapoalim, Israel’s leading financial institution ($7B MCap 11/2015), realizes the vision of Financial Freedom. In more than 90 years of operation, it's extensive branch network specializes in all areas of banking.
Shikun & Binui infrastructure and real estate group ($780M MCap 9/2015), a pillar of the Israeli economy since 1924, is a world leader in green living environments, realizing the value of Sustainability.
Miya, Arison Investments water company, realizes the value of Abundance through its water efficiency operations worldwide. It leads to savings of millions of gallons of existing fresh water daily.
Salt of the Earth, privately owned by Arison Investments, is Israel's main producer of salt since 1922, realizing the value of Vitality in a natural process of solar vaporization of onshore sea-water pools.
Seeking to create long-term ethical investments that look toward the future, Arison Investments is constantly looking into new ventures that can expand its values-led business portfolio.