Who signed the first Israel bond?
The first Israel bond was issued in 1951.
It was called the “Independence Issue”, as it both celebrated Israel’s independence in 1948 and it provided financial resources to build the independent Jewish state.
As you can see in the image above, Israel’s first Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion, signed the first bond certificates.
This signified the deeply-felt connection between supporters of Israel around the world and the people of Israel.
That profound connection remains to this day.
“The State of Israel, for value received, hereby promises to pay the owner...”
With these words, the State of Israel began its promise to investors over sixty-four years ago, when it sold its first bond in 1951.
Since then, total worldwide sales have surpassed US $43 billion worldwide. Israel has always made interest and principal payments, showing that a promise made is a promise kept.
THE STATE OF ISRAEL'S PROMISE OF A BOND IS...
To manage your investment for the good of the nation.
To manage your investment in a nation whose innovations benefit the world.
To be strong, to be innovative, to grow, to build, to be.
This promise is unbreakable.
This promise has stood the test of time.
After all, Israel, a land of promise, is the Promised Land!
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