Entropy Financial Research Services provides its clients with financial analyses, including opinions to institutional investors on the manner of voting in general meetings as well as debt and equity analyses. We further advise on compensation and remuneration of senior executives, and ratings of the quality of corporate governance of issuing companies. We make use of our expert professional capabilities and vast experience, including in the fields of risk management and corporate governance, to provide qualitative, professional and independent financial analyses.
Chairperson of the Group and its founder (co-owner), Gal has a bachelor’s degree in business administration (BA), specializing in accounting and finance, from The College of Management Academic Studies (The Collman College). Gal has 20 years of experience in diverse advisory fields, particularly, the worlds of regulation, corporate governance, risk management, strategy and capital markets. Prior to founding Entropy, Gal served as chief executive officer of PwC Kesselman Israel’s Risk Management Advisory firm, which he co-founded. As part of his role in PwC he partook in leading international projects. Since founding Entropy, Gal serves as senior advisor to large corporations on matters of international strategies and various projects in addition to managing the Entropy Group. Gal is very well acquainted with the Israeli capital market and the financial sector at large, stemming from the Group’s diverse activities in the fields of, general meetings – acting as representatives of institutional investors, corporate governance, risk management and advisory services. Gal’s in-depth acquaintance with the Israeli capital market further stems from his first-hand acquaintance with the leading and senior entities and bodies active in these fields. Currently, Gal serves as active chairperson of the Entropy Group, and as its leading and strategic professional. Gal regularly appears and talks in conferences, directors’ courses as well as risk management courses in leading academic institutions.
Michal holds a B.A., in the Excellence Program of Philosophy, Economics and Political Science from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Previously, Michal worked in the research division of the Bank of Israel in the fields of foreign trade and payments balance. Michal joined Entropy in 2014 as an analyst, and progressed to heading the General Meetings Division.
Osnat heads the general meetings operational division. She handles the provision of services to institutional investors in operating the general meetings called by all public companies in the Israeli market. Osnat has 15 years of experience in this field.