Welcome to the iAngels Monthly Deal Digest, a summary of corporate developments in the Israeli startup market.

This January we tracked 31 announced deals totaling approximately $479 Million, and 8 exits totaling approximately $1.97 Billion

Life Sciences and FinTech  were the two top performing sectors this month. Emendo, a biotherapeutics company that develops next generation gene editing tools for genetic disorders, closed $61 Million in a series B financing round led by AnGes with participation from OrbiMed Israel, Takeda Ventures and Private Investors. Nayax, a fintech company that sells cashless products for the vending and unattended retail industry, received $60 Million in a series C financing round from an undisclosed American fund. On the M&A side, two large acquisitions were made in the fields of Enterprise Software and Communications. Armis, a company that provides a security platform to address the new threat landscape of unmanaged loT devices, was acquired by CapitalG and Insight Partners for $1.1 Billion. Further, Gilat Satellite, a company that provides end-to-end satellite-based broadband communications solutions, was acquired by Comtech for $579 Million.

January 2020 Investment Highlights

Seed Rounds 

A Rounds 

B Rounds 

C Rounds 

Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds 

M&A and IPOs 

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