Maor Investments, a Luxembourg VC focusing on Israeli tech, announced the closing of its second fund, MAOR II, at $180 million.
MAOR I’s achievements include a portfolio featuring Israeli tech startups such as WSC Sports and Aidoc, with two exits providing 3x and 4x returns, respectively. These successes led existing investors to significantly back MAOR II, and new European investors joined the group.
With a team deeply rooted in Israel’s tech sector, Maor Investments has curated top-tier Israeli startups. Emphasizing its role as a “Bridge to Europe,” Maor has positioned itself uniquely within the ecosystem.
MAOR II has committed to a diversified investment approach similar to its predecessor and has already initiated investments in SupPlant and Quantum Machines, among others. The second fund’s investment count stands at four investments.
MAOR II, aligning with ESG criteria, signifies the firm’s dedication to responsible investment.
Established in 2018 in Luxembourg by Philippe Guez and Eric Elalouf, Maor Investments specializes in Israeli tech investments. The firm has raised a total of $280 million across two funds. Maor Investments seeks to bridge Israeli tech innovations with the European market.
MAOR I’s portfolio includes the likes of Coralogix, Pyramid Analytics and Buildots, among others. They typically participate in growth rounds, or startups that are generating revenues, such as Series B and above.