Title: "Phillip Frost's Opko to list on TASE Wednesday"
"There is another dimension on top of the complexity of activities - Frost's control of Opko. He does not hesitate to buy Opko shares from time to time, or to stop buying shares, merge it with other companies he controls, such as Prolor (Opko's minority shareholders did not really participate in the decision, because Frost's group owns more than 50% of the voting rights), and, in general, to treat it as his private company."
For someone such as yourself who has no clue about investing it would not mean anything. For an investor it is part of the decision making process when trying to understand what the listing in Israel means for the company and the stock.