“Every time I try to explain the Hagshama concept and idea, I am asked: and well, haven’t there been any investment failures?
My answer can always be divided into two points: first – some of the investments obviously encounter challenges and difficulties, but that is where we come in, and do our best to monitor and manage the investments in an optimal manner, sometimes setting the investment back on track.
The second, and most important point is – when dealing with real investments, there is always an element of risk present, and that is why it’s critical for you to invest through Hagshama: the analysis of investment, negotiations, supervision, correct registration of rights, the ability to handle any potential setbacks should they occur, and most of all the ability to distribute the invested capital among several investments. Nevertheless, I always emphasize: don’t sell your home, and don’t touch your pension fund nor provident fund, but if you’ve decided to make a real investment, Hagshama should be your first stop.”
Avi Katz, President and Founder