Aiming for Cheaper Insurance, Israel to Evaluate State Property for First Time Since 1948
The survey, which will estimate not just government-owned real estate but also equipment such as medical equipment in hospitals and various digital databases, is expected to start in the current quarter
Lior Gutman | 15:54 10.02.2020
Aiming for a cheaper insurance policy, Israel is set to evaluate state property for the first time since 1948. Israeli state-owned company Inbal Insurance Company Ltd. is expected to publish an open call later this week for the execution of a wide-span survey intended to appraise the total value of all state-owned property, according to several senior executives at Inbal who spoke to Calcalist on condition of anonymity. According to the senior executives, the survey will enable Inbal to better tailor insurance and thus lower costs.