A new research report has shown that in Israel, most of the most popular financial advisors are also co-investors in banks, while some are not.

The study, titled “Israel’s Most Popular Investment Advisors: A Comparative Analysis of Banking Co-Investment Advisors,” was conducted by Kaveh Shalom, a professor at the Herzliya-Israel Institute of Technology, and published on November 20, 2016.

The researchers analyzed the investment advisor industry to examine which banks are popular among the country’s financial advisers.

“We asked a question which is often asked: which are the most preferred banks among the investors?”

Shalom said.

“This question is very relevant for the public and private sector.

The public sector needs to have a trusted advisor to invest with it, and the private sector needs an advisor that has a long-term, high-quality track record.”

The most popular banking advisors in Israel were Citigroup, Bank of Israel, and Bank of America.

But among the other banks listed in the survey, Bank Of America came in second place, with 20% of the total respondents saying they would prefer to invest in the bank, while Bank of Canada and JPMorgan Chase came in third, with 7% each.

“When we compare the top three investment advisers, we find that Bank of New York Mellon is the most well-known.

But it is followed by JPMorgan Chase, Barclays, and BNP Paribas.

This is the result of the relative popularity of these banks,” Shalom added.

“I am particularly surprised that BNP paribas is the top choice among all of the financial advisors.

These three banks have a strong track record of investment advice.

These banks provide financial advice to over 1.5 million people and their clients in over 150 countries and territories.”

Shalom noted that the top financial advisors in the country are not necessarily the most reputable or reliable, but rather the best ones.

“It is important to keep in mind that these advisors are not professional advisors.

They are just people who are willing to put in a lot of time and effort to learn and develop the investment strategy,” he said.

The data for the study came from an online survey of over 20,000 respondents.

The results were compiled using information collected from various sources and the results were verified by the researchers.

According to Shalom: “I would like to emphasize that the results are based on the views of a small number of people.

In fact, the majority of the respondents were not professional investment advisers.

Instead, they chose these companies as the advisors they think will be the best for their clients.”

The research has been published in the Journal of Investment Management, and is available on the website of the Israel Research Foundation (IRF).