Prytek Invests $12 Million in Israeli Trade Analysis Platform Tipranks

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Prytek Invests  Million in Israeli Trade Analysis Platform Tipranks

Singapore-based Prytek is investing $12 million in Israeli startup TipRanks Ltd. through a secondary purchase of stock from the company’s existing investors and founders, completing a $15 million stock purchase after investing $3 million in TipRanks in 2018.

With this deal, Prytek’s chairman, Yair Seroussi is completing a circle having first started working with TipRanks during his tenure as the chairman of Bank Hapoalim, after which dozens of other banks and investment houses started using its solution.

Founded in 2012 by Gilad Gat (CTO) and Uri Gruenbaum (CEO), TipRanks developed a platform that provides analysis and ranking based on textual information published on news sites, analyst reviews, corporate reports and more. The company’s services are employed by a series of financial institutions including Santander, TD Ameritrade, Nasdaq Etrade and nearly all the banks and investment houses in Israel. TipRanks scans stocks that are traded on stock exchanges in the U.S., Canada, and starting this month, the U.K.

TipRanks has 1.5 million users who consume their services directly from the company website and more than 20 million via banks around the world. The company employs 50 people in its Tel Aviv office. Among its investors are Poalim Capital Markets (PCM) and Capital Moneta.

Prytek was founded by veteran entrepreneur Andrey Yashunsky, who manages it together with former Apax Partners executive Arnon Shiboleth. The company focuses on investment in the Fintech, Edutech, Cyber, and HR sectors and employs more than 300 people in nine centers around the world, with most of its activity taking place in Europe and Asia. So far Prytek has invested in 30 companies across the world. Among the Israeli companies it has invested in are Scanovate, OpenLegacy, Hopon, Ezbob, and HackerU.

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