Another week, another first as the U.S. chain 7-Eleven is set to come to Israel in 2022, with Meitar acting in this historic franchise agreement. Another @unicorn emerges with Israeli AI chip maker Hailo joining the lucrative club after a USD 136 million Series C investment, with H-F & Co.  advising, while White & Case’s strong Israel practice was on show as it acted for Softbank Vision Fund II as lead investor in the Series C financing of Israel’s StreamElements. Goodwin advises Sternum on what is believed to be one of the largest amounts ever raised by a female-founded and led security and analytics firm.

Arbe Robotics listed on NASDAQ after completing its SPAC merger, at a valuation of more than half a billion USD, with Erdinast, Ben Nathan, Toledano & Co. With Hamburger Evron and DLA Piper acting. Gaming company Aspire Global agreed to sell B2C segment to US-based Esports Technologies, with Herzog Fox & Neeman acting, while U.S. Sports company Slinger is buying PlaySight Interactive for USD 82 million, with Naschitz, Brandes, Amir  and Dechert acting for the buyer.

Yigal Arnon & Co. secures victory for Tnuva and Greenberg Traurig represents Cyren as it completes a USD 10 million private placement.

 Israeli companies on TASE worth more than trillion shekels and Herzog’s Yair Geva writes about how Fintech deal-making has n-e-v-e-r been hotter.

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