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

This October we tracked 36 announced deals totaling approximately $480 Million, and 6 exits totaling $402 Million

FinTech and MedTech were the leading sectors this month. Next Insurance, a company that provides coverage for entrepreneurs and small businesses, using artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to tailor insurance policies to its customers, has raised $250 Million in a growth round from Munich Re Ventures. Rapyd, a company that developed a payment service that enables the transfer of electronic funds across borders through bank transfers, digital wallets, cash and other means of payment, completed a $100 Million Series C funding round led by Oak HC/FT Partners along with participation of Entree Capital Israel, General Catalyst, Ignia, Stripe, Target Global, Tiger Global and private investors. 

On the M&A side, we saw two larger acquisitions both in the MedTech field –  Eximo Medical and Av Medical. Eximo Medical, a company that developed a laser-based catheter device used for the treatment of occlusive peripheral arterial disease (PAD), was acquired by AngioDynamic Inc for $46 Million. Av Medical, a company that developed catheters for dialysis patients undergoing routine angioplasty procedures, was acquired by Medtronic PLC for $30 Million

October 2019 Investment Highlights

Seed Rounds

A Rounds

B Rounds

Growth/Miscellaneous Rounds

M&A and IPOs

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