Association of Publicly Traded Companies


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Association of Publicly Traded Companies

An Israeli lobbying organization for publicly traded companies. It presses for favorable regulation and legislation for publicly traded companies. Members are listed primarily on NASDAQ and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. It is based in Tel Aviv.
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DCF represents the Israeli Institutional Investors Association, The Israel Bar, The Association of Publicly Traded Companies, The Kibbutz Industries Association and The Israeli Management Center, The Israeli Medical Association, The Energy and Environment Institute and The Chamber of Tax Advisors.
About The Association: The Association of Publicly Traded Companies is a non-profit organization founded 20 years ago by a group of chairmen and CEOs of publicly traded companies with a view to represent the interests of Israeli publicly traded companies vis-a-vis the regulatory and legislative authorities.
About DC Finance: DCF is the initiator of "The Semi-Annual Economic Conference", "The Going Public Abroad Annual Conference" and "The Annual Securities Offering Convention" with The Association of Publicly Traded Companies.
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