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XTL Biopharmaceuticals Announces Appointment of Laurence N. Charney to Board of Directors
Date:5/28/2008

VALLEY COTTAGE, N.Y., May 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- XTL Biopharmaceuticals Ltd. (Nasdaq: XTLB; TASE: XTL) today announced that Laurence N. Charney, CPA, has been appointed to XTL's Board of Directors. The appointment, effective immediately, increases the size of XTL's Board to six members.

Mr. Charney, 61, recently retired from his position as a Partner of Ernst & Young LLP, an international assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services firm, having served that firm for over thirty-five years. At Ernst & Young, Mr. Charney most recently served as the Americas Area Director of Conflict Management. In that role he had oversight and responsibility in ensuring compliance with global and local conflict of interest policies for client and engagement acceptance across all service lines. Mr. Charney previously served as an audit partner where his global practice focused on the media and entertainment, telecom and software industries servicing public and private companies in addressing their transactional, regulatory, corporate governance, Sarbanes-Oxley, tax and accounting challenges.

Since July 2007, he has served on the Audit Committee and Board of Directors of Marvel Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: MVL). In June 2007, he completed a term as the Chairman of the Audit Committee of UJA - Federation of New York. Mr. Charney graduated with a BBA degree from Hofstra University and completed the Executive MBA in Business program at Columbia University.

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