Israel-Singapore & Malaysia Chamber

The Israel-Singapore & Malaysia Chamber of Commerce works to foster business and industry relations between these countries and Israel. The Chamber is uniquely positioned to help members develop their networks and achieve their objectives in each of the two markets.

The Israel-Singapore & Malaysia Chamber of Commerce is managed by Mr. Ron Doron and Mr. Yair Geva, who are keen to support the Israeli business community in venturing into each of the two countries. The Chamber cooperates with the representatives of these countries as well as with relevant organizations abroad.

Ron Doron, Co-Chairman

Ron Doron is a very experienced businessman specializing in marketing and business development mainly in and between the Asian, West, East & Central European markets, with over 35 years extensive activities in these different markets and with the Israeli industry.

Ron is the CEO of Systematitech Ltd., Dies Company Ltd. & FCIL Ltd. and Board Member of StatiTech Ltd.

In the past he was VP International Marketing & Business development manager in leading Israeli company and later in a leading Swedish company in the field of security. He is as well Board Member of ELF- European Locksmiths Federation

Ron is consulting to leading International companies in Asia and in Europe.Ron has joined the Israel-Asia Chamber of Commerce in 1985 and served as Vice president of the Israel-Asia Chamber of Commerce for 4 years and later as the Chairman of the Israel-Singapore, Philippines & Malaysia Chamber of Commerce.

Ron holds a B.Sc. degree in Industrial Engineering & Management (with distinction) from the Technion in Haifa.

Yair Geva, Co-Chairman

Yair focuses on cross-border mergers and acquisitions and on private equity and venture capital investments, with an emphasis on the representation of hi-tech and life science companies ranging from Israel’s most innovative start-ups to leading public companies.

Prior to joining Herzog Fox & Neeman, an Israeli law firm, Yair practiced at the offices of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher and Davis Polk & Wardwell in New York, where he focused on public and private mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, joint ventures, and other strategic collaborations. He represented clients such as Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, St. Jude Medical, Northrop Grumman, and E-Trade. Prior to moving to New York, Yair practiced with one of Israel’s leading law firms and focused heavily on the high-technology industry.

Yair serves as a Co Chairman of the Israel-Singapore & Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Executive Committee of the Israel-Asia Chamber of Commerce.

Ben Bar, Vice Chairman

Mr. Bar has an in-depth cultural and business knowledge of international markets in both mid- and high-tech industries, a business growth expert with extensive experience and understanding of Asian markets. Mr. Bar is responsible for the growth of a number of global companies and held senior positions while living in London for 10 years and in Hong Kong for 5 years. Served as CEO for TandaPro Ltd. (Hong Kong), CORALPLAN Ltd London (UK) and as Executive member & Senior VP in public companies such as Galtronics, Orbit FR and AMIAD.

Mr. Bar Joined the Chamber after returning from Hong Kong in 2002, served as the Charmian of the Finance and Control Committee, and in the past years is the Chairman of the Water Committee and Vice President, Israel –Asia Chamber of Commerce.

As a business growth expert, Mr. Bar is now focusing through his own Business Development and Project Development companies on mitigation and realizing opportunities generating growth between Western and Asian companies in the specific context of innovation and creating value. Mr. Bar received a Bachelor of Arts with Honors from the University of Haifa, Studied Eastern Studies in the College for Oriental Studies (London), and holds with honors an Electronic Practical Engineer from the Technion.

Since 2015 Ben is the Co-Founder and CEO of ICi- Israel China innovation Ltd and the Founder and co-chairman of CIC. The China Israel Center in Haifa.