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Who is planning the biggest IPO in Israeli history and which company raised $32 million?

Who is planning the biggest IPO in Israeli history and which company raised $32 million?

CTech Daily Roundup: Israeli cybersecurity company ReSec raises $4 million in series A

CTech | 22:22  09.11.2020
The biggest IPO in Israeli history? IronSource sets sights on $8 billion offering. IronSource's annual profit is estimated at $170 million and CVC paid $450 million for a 25.7% stake in the company just last October. Read more 

Israeli cybersecurity company ReSec raises $4 million in series A. The round, led by QBN Capital and HDI Group, will help expand the operations on a more global scale. Read more

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