Appointed for a second term by the Finance Minister, Moshe Kahlon, on 7 January 2016.
Serves as senior deputy legal advisor in the Ministry of Finance.
Main areas of responsibility in the Ministry of Finance: the capital market, financial authorities, Bank of Israel and banking, economic ministries, regulation, tenders and the Centralization Unit.
Advised various committees and teams engaged in financial matters, including the Committee on Increasing Competitiveness in the Economy (the Centralization Committee) and the Committee to Examine Debt Arrangements in Israel (the Andoran Committee),
and is currently advising the Committee on Increasing Competitiveness in Common Banking and Financial Services (the Strum Committee) and the Team on Organizing Supervision on Extra-Institutional Financial Services.
Is also a member of the council and administration of the Israel Anti-Drug and Alcohol Authority and a member of the Committee to Examine the Distribution of Financial Resources under the National Health Insurance Law (the Capitation Committee).
From 2002 until 2005 served as legal assistant to Supreme Court Judge Jacob Turkel.
Holds a B.A. in Law and a B.A. in Computer Science, an M.A. in Law, and an M.A. in Business Administration for Managers; all cum laude from Bar Ilan University.