Arison Investments views the impact of any investment as paramount and operates to realize the vision of Doing Good is Good Business.
A clear strategy of moral responsibility guides Arison Investments in building long-term business partnerships that positively impact both people and planet. It creates values-based investments that enhance the quality of life and preserve the natural environment, while delivering solid financial returns.
We create long-term business investments that combine substantial financial results with sustainable moral responsibility.
Arison Investments is headed by Chairman and CEO Efrat Peled, managing a diversified portfolio of international investments valued at over $2.5 billion.
With operations spanning in dozens of countries across five continents, Arison Investments provides responses to basic human needs of large populations in the areas of finance, salt, industry, and water efficiency.
Arison Investments was the owner of private subsidiary Salt of the Earth, Israel’s largest salt producer, until it was sold to Fortissimo Capital in January 2019. Arison Investments was the owner of Shikun & Binui, Israel’s leading real estate and infrastructures company recognized as a world leader in the field of sustainability, and the company was sold to the Saidoff Group on August 6, 2018. The company was also the controlling shareholder of Bank Hapoalim for 21 years. In November 2018, it sold some of its shares and ceased to be the bank's controlling shareholder. Until 2019, Arison Investments owned Miya, a global water efficiency company that maximizes water-use efficiency by reducing underground pipe leakage in urban distribution systems.