5 Reasons Israeli Cos. Are Flirting With US Markets

By Chelsea Naso (November 13, 2014, 3:51 PM EST) -- U.S. initial public offerings of Israel-based companies are on track for a record-breaking year, as investor appetite for biotechs persists and firms find stronger valuations, experts say.

So far this year, 14 Israel-based companies have launched initial public offerings in the U.S., including 10 life sciences companies and four technology companies, while 12 kicked off follow-on offerings, according to local financial daily Globes. Together, the 26 offerings raked in $3.6 billion as of early November, shutting out the $3.3 billion record set in 1999, Globes noted.

The statistic does not include U.S. incorporated or offshore entities with Israeli owners, but it...

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