After ranking for the fifth consecutive year among the top five best-performing venture capital, the Preqin research firm has ranked Israeli Glilot Capital Partners the prestigious honor of leading global fund.
Glilot Capital generated ten exits over a ten-year period and returned an average of 84 percent to investors.
Nofar Amikam Venture Capital was founded in 2011 by Kobi Samboursky, a former member of the army’s elite unit 8200, and Arik Kleinstein, both of whom serve as Managing Partners. The company specialized in early-stage businesses focused on enterprise software and cybersecurity.
With an exceptional track record of accomplishment, Glilot Capital recently opened four additional funds totaling $500 million in assets under management.
Lior Litwak is managing the latest fund, Glilot+, which was created in 2021 and is now investing in 15 firms.
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Glilot Founding Managing Partner Kobi Samboursky stated, “We are honored to receive this ranking. This is a honor not just for us, but also for the entrepreneurs who continue to develop world-class businesses in this country.