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Teva hires corporate vice-president of human resources

Teva appoints Isaac Abravanel as corporate vice-president of human resources to push through strategy implementation

Israel-headquartered generic manufacturer Teva has appointed Isaac Abravanel as corporate vice-president of human resources.

Effective immediately, Abravanel joins Teva after serving in the role of deputy CEO of Bezeq, an Israeli telecommunications service provider, where he was responsible for operations, business and private sector markets and human resources.

He has held several positions In the Israeli business sector and served as head of the planning division of the human resources branch of the IDF (Israeli Defence Forces).

Shlomo Yanai, Teva's CEO, said: "Abravanel brings to Teva extensive experience in human resources, operations and change process. As a member of Teva's senior leadership team, he will be partner to the implementation of our strategy in the coming years."

17th September 2007

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