Black Cube

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HeadquartersLondon, Paris, Tel Aviv
Spooky Israeli business intelligence agency

Black Cube is a private intelligence agency, which is based in London, Paris and Tel Aviv,[1] and is the trading name of BC Strategy Ltd.[2]


The company was founded in 2010[3] by former Israeli intelligence officers[4] Dan Zorella and Avi Yanus. Its employees include former members of Israeli intelligence units, including Military Intelligence Directorate (Aman), Mossad and Shin Bet, as well as legal and financial experts.


Black Cube's main business is "litigation support", in which the company provides intelligence, evidence and advisory services in multi-jurisdictional legal and white collar crime cases. Black Cube's tactics have resulted in a number of international controversies. In Romania, two of its employees were convicted of criminal charges involving harassment and hacking.

Black Cube’s Human intelligence capabilities have proved to be an effective way of exposing fraud, bribery, money laundering and corruption. The company uncovered high-level corruption in the judicial systems of Italy and Panama.[citation needed]


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Document:Black Cube, the "Mossad" of Commercial SpyingArticle28 February 2019George KerevanMichael Drury, the former legal head of GCHQ, has set up in practice defending Russian oligarchs and bankers being chased by the main UK bank regulator (FCA) and the Serious Fraud Office: I wonder what he does for Black Cube?


  1. "Contact Us | Black Cube". Retrieved 16 September 2016.Page Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css must have content model "Sanitized CSS" for TemplateStyles (current model is "plain text").
  2. Efrat Peretz, "Investigating thee investigators" Archived 26 June 2015 at the Wayback Machine. "Globes" 3 February 2014
  3. Shuki Sadeh, "Don’t cry for me" "Haaretz" 8 August 2014
  4. Liz Bolshaw, "A new breed of commercial intelligence company" "The Financial Times" 26 March 2015
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