Israel’s first new bank in 47 years will be making interest-free and low-interest loans, continuing the social impact tradition of its successor organization. Non-profit lender Ogen Bank, which is in the late stages of the process to get its banking license, plans to serve borrowers rejected by other institutions, making low-cost banking and interest-free loans […]

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