He resigned from TASE in September because of ill health. 
Beinart took over in 2013 as CEO at the Tel Aviv exchange in the wake of a management upheaval at the bourse that resulted in the exits of its previous CEO and chairman and a drop in trading volumes and listings. Beinart sought to implement changes to the TASE’s structure and regulations to help turn around the ailing exchange, but clashed with Amnon Neubach, the TASE’s chairman. 
Prior to joining Nadex, Beinart was the director of technology at IG Group Holdings. He served as chief technology officer of Portero Inc., and before that, he was the chief executive officer and president of ShieldIP from 2000 to 2004.
Before his career in financial services, he served in the Israel Defense Forces, armored corps, where he rose to the rank of lieutenant colonel.
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