|Name Zadik Bino|
|Similar People Shlomo Eliahu, Yael Goldman, Edmond James de Rothschild|
Net worth 1.02 billion USD (2015)
Zadik Bino (Hebrew: צדיק בינו; 1943 - ) is an Israeli businessman of Iraqi Jewish descent. Zadik Bino was CEO of First International Bank of Israel from 1978 to 1986. Two decades later, he bought the bank. In 2006, he was named "Globes Man of the Year" in Tel Aviv, Israel.He owns majority shares in Israeli company, Paz.
Bino is married and has three children.
He was ranked Israel's 24th richest man in 2006 by Forbes.
He has a majority stake in F.I.B.I Holdings Company, which controls the First International Bank. He also owns 51% of fuel company Paz, as well as stakes in Channel 2 licensee Reshet, ad agency Kesher Barel and real estate in Tel Aviv, London and, most recently, India. In 2006 he acquired the Ashdod refineries and completed the acquisition of Bank Otsar Ha-Hayal from Bank Hapoalim.