July 17, 2013
- failed in “tailoring its organizational structure to meet the growing range of activities and needs.”
- “was governed in a manner unacceptable in both public and corporate bodies”.
- demonstrated “systematic failings and problematic organizational behavior”.
- operated with an “absence of professional control systems… [that] constituted a key factor in enabling and certainly in facilitating the [$57 million] fraud.”
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This column was originally published in the Jerusalem Post and Israel Hayom
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