Arison Investments manages a portfolio estimated at US$2.5 billion, with a global business outreach in 44 countries across five continents.
In realizing the company's vision of Doing Good is Good Business, each of its major company groups has embraced a specific value in its core mission statement, and operates to realize this value in its sustainable activities worldwide.
Our mission is to create long term business investments that combine substantial financial results with sustainable moral responsibility.
The following briefly outlines Arison Investments public and private holdings in its varied fields of operation.
Bank Hapoalim (Finance)
Public company, Arison Investments holds controlling stake. Israel’s leading financial institution; Promotes the values of Financial Freedom; 90 years of operation; $8.5B Market Cap, 06/2017, Moody's: A2, Standard & Poor's: A-, Fitch: A. In Israel, Midroog (subsidiary of Moody's): Aaa, and S&P Maalot (Israel Securities Rating Company): AAA. ranked Israel's Best Bank by the three leading financial magazines The Banker (2011, 2012, and 2015), Global Finance (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2017), and Euromoney (2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015).. Read more »
Shikun & Binui (Real estate and infrastructure)
Public company, Arison Investments holds controlling stake. World leader in sustainable and advanced living environments; Realize the value of Sustainability; Since 1924; $998MCAP 06/2017; ISO9001, SAM, Breem, LEED; Headquarter complex is LEED Gold compliant; Awarded 2013 Green Globus Award. Read more »
Quick stats:Miya, Arison Investments water company, realizes the value of Abundance through its water efficiency solutions and water asset operations worldwide. It leads to savings of millions of gallons of existing fresh water daily.
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Salt of the Earth (Salt industry)
Privately held company, wholly owned by Arison Investments. Israel's main producer of salt; Realize the value of Vitality; Since 1922; Holds 1.3% Bank Hapoalim shares; Natural manufacturing process in solar vaporization of onshore sea-water pools. Read more »