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Hanan Friedman Photo: Oren Dai Valley National buys Bank Leumi USA at $1.2b valuation

Valley will pay for 90% of the deal in shares, giving Leumi a 14% stake in the merged bank.

Cybellum founders Michael Engstler and Slava Bronfman  credit: PR LG makes first Israeli acquisition: Vehicle cyber co Cybellum

Cybellum provides solutions for identifying security weaknesses in vehicle software systems.

Roy Zisapel Photo: Nicola Zeff Siris Capital in talks to buy Radware for $1.7b - report

The US private equity firm is negotiating to acquire the veteran Tel Aviv-based cybersecurity company, CNBC reports.

Ido Erlichman Photo: OH! PR Kape buys VPN provider ExpressVPN for $936m

The Israeli cybersecurity company says the acquisition will help it define the next generation of privacy and security protection tools and services.

JFrog Photo: Nasdaq PR JFrog buys Israeli remote device management co Upswift

Upswift has developed a management platform for remote updates of IoT devices by developers is led by two 27 year-olds.

VisibleRisk employees Photo: Doron Letzter BitSight buys Israeli cyber risk assessment co VisibleRisk

VisibleRisk was founded in 2019 as a collaboration between Israel venture group Team8 and Moody's, who have invested $30 million in the company to date.

Gilad Glick  credit: Dan Miller Israeli sleep diagnostics co Itamar Medical sold for $538m

The buyer, ZOLL Medical, is paying a 50% premium over Itamar Medical's share price before the announcement.

Emil Vainshel, Yohanan Danino,and  Nitzan Zeir-Harim, Wesure  credit: Rami Zarnegar Barak family to become partner in WeSure, Ayalon for NIS 270m

The family's Caesarea Medical Eelctronics is buying part of Wesure Global Tech's stake in Ayalon Holdings, and will invest in Wesure itself.

Israeli startups develop appetite for acquisitions

More and more of the capital raised by Israel's startups is being invested in M&As. But can Israel's young entrepreneurs succeed where so many tech giants fail?

Zerto founders Ziv and Oded Kedem  credit: Eyal Izhar It's not all unicorns: The roots of Zerto's disappointing exit

How did a tech company that began so well and attracted the best investors end up being sold for less than its last valuation?

Nitzan Zeir-Harim and Emil Vainshel  credit: Eyal Izhar WeSure moves up an insurance league

Buying Ayalon, which has twenty times its assets under management, could open the door wide for WeSure's planned expansion overseas.

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