Israeli VC firm TLV Partners has reached a milestone of $1 billion in assets under management (AUM) alongside the launch of its $250 million Fund V. The VC firm is dedicated towards nurturing early-stage startups founded by outstanding Israeli entrepreneurs in the developer tools, AI, cybersecurity, fintech, biotech, and other sectors.
TLV Partners eyes making nearly 25 seed and Series A investments with its Fund V. The initial contributions will range between $4 to $8 million and it will also back subsequent rounds investing up to $20 million per company.
Shahar Tzafrir, Managing Partner at TLV Partners said, “As we navigate turbulent times in Israel, our commitment to our founders remains unshakeable. We view these challenges as opportunities to innovate, build, and strive. Our announcement of Fund V, part of our $1 billion funds, underscores our unwavering optimism in our founders, our nation, and the promise of a resilient democracy. We are here, we are ready, and we stand strong – together.”
“The success of our portfolio companies extends far beyond financial investment. It is built upon a genuine partnership rooted in trust, transparency, and shared vision,” said Adi Yarel Toledano, General Partner and CFO at TLV Partners. “We consider ourselves privileged to have backed 60 exceptional companies and 130 outstanding founders whose success remains our foremost priority. We are honored to work alongside them in realizing their bold ambitions. Additionally, we express our sincere gratitude to our invaluable Limited Partners’ support in our vision and mission, and we are truly grateful for their partnership.”
Notable investments by TLV Partners
Led by Eitan Bek, Rona Segev, Shahar Tzafrir, and Adi Yarel Toledano, the investment team at TLV Partners has invested in 60 companies, making it one of Israel’s most active venture capital firms. Below are some of its notable investments:
Mesh Payments: The New York-based fintech has raised $60 million in Series C funding.
GoodOnes: San Francisco-based startup that uses AI and human intelligence to help curate good photos secured $3.5 million in seed funding.
CodiumAI: This startup, a Tel Aviv-based code integrity solution provider, secured $11 million in seed funding.
Rookout: A Tel-Aviv-based developer-first observability platform netted a $16M Series B funding round.
The portfolio of TLV Partners also includes some of Israel’s standout companies, including Aqua Security, Next Insurance, Aidoc, Run:ai, Silverfort, Quantum Machines, Unit, Immunai, Deepcure, Buildots, Zencity, Firebolt, and many others.
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