JERUSALEM, Jan 31 (Reuters) -
* Leumi, Israel’s largest bank by assets and market value, said on Thursday it raised 2.35 billion shekels ($645 million) in a two-part debt offering.
* In the offering to institutions and the public this week, Leumi sold a series of bonds that will pay annual interest of 2.02 percent and convertible notes called CoCos that will pay 2.42 percent.
* The bank had said it would sell up to 2.6 billion shekels of bonds and notes.
* ($1 = 3.6421 shekels) (Reporting by Steven Scheer; Editing by Tova Cohen)