Halevy will serve on the board of directors and head the committee to screen potential clients, among other things, Yedioth Ahronoth reports. The ‘Private Mossad’ has a history ripe with controversy
Nov 11, 2018
Former Mossad chief Ephraim Halevy has joined the controversial private intelligence firm Black Cube as a member of the board of directors. He will also head the committee to screen potential clients and act as a senior advisor on operational and intelligence matter, the newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth reported Sunday.
Halevy could also be elected as president of the company, the report added.
Halevy, 83, previously served as the head of the National Security Council, the Israeli ambassador to the EU and the ninth director of Mossad. Halevy also served as the envoy and confidant of five prime ministers.