Cross-border deals are not slowing as the end of the year approaches. France’s RGreen has invested €250 million in Israeli renewables developer Econergy, which plans to roll out more solar and wind projects across Europe. EBN advised Econergy in this milestone investment. U.S. multinational Palo Alto Networks, represented by Arnon, Tadmor-Levy,  is buying Israeli cybersecurity company Cider Security, at an expected USD 300 million, while another cybersecurity start-up Akeyless, represented by Herzog, raised USD 65 million in its Series B financing.

As Israel and Japan move closer to a free trade agreement, Israel and Morocco are also building on the closer ties created by the Abraham Accords, as DLA Piper’s Christophe Bachelet explains. Meanwhile, as the dust settles on COP27, Israel and the UAE continue on their prosperous path, with a venture between the University of Haifa, United Arab Emirates University, and the Germany-based GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel agreeing to develop strategies to combat climate change.

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