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Bio Summary – Yechiel Leiter, MBA CPA CMA CIA


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Yechiel Leiter has years of experience working with clients to improve corporate results, including business planning and analysis, financial training of managers, process improvement and strategy implementation, and internal audit.

Mr. Leiter has a broad international background in Controlling and FP&A. His experience ranges from needs identification and conceptual design through delivery of solutions.

He worked as an auditor and internal audit manager at accounting firms in Jerusalem.  Joining DHL Israel in 1998, he set up the Management Accounting Department including redesign of local controlling processes and overseeing the first implementation of Activity Based Costing. Later moving to international controlling and planning positions in DHL Marketing & Sales Europe and DHL Human Resources EMEA both located in Zaventem, Belgium his roles included setting up international financial planning and controlling processes in the course of a multinational merger and acquisition as well as finding opportunities for improvement within the merged entities.

Upon returning to Israel in 2007 and leaving DHL, he became an external consultant for Deutsche Post DHL and other corporations largely in the logistics sector, and held positions including as Director of Finance & Administration establishing the Israeli subsidiary of AstraZeneca and as Finance Director and General Manager of a Local Council and its Economic Development Corporation.

Mr. Leiter is a BA graduate of Economics and Accounting at the Hebrew University Jerusalem and MBA graduate cum laude from the Lev Academic Center in Jerusalem. He is a Certified Public Accountant, a Certified Management Accountant, and a Certified Internal Auditor.

Mr. Leiter has spoken at professional conferences in Israel and the Unites States on organizational change and financial software implementation, and has provided consulting and business training across four continents.


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