SuperDerivatives sold to NYSE operator, Intercontinental Exchange, for $350M
Intercontinental Exchange, the company that runs the New York Stock Exchange, has acquired Israel’s SuperDerivatives for $350 million. SuperDerivatives has developed a platform for pricing, risk management and trading in options that the company said is used by nearly all of the world’s major financial institutions. Founded in Israel in 2000, the company’s global development and support center is based in Tel Aviv, and employs about 300 people. Read more about the acquisition here.
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“Israeli Mapped in NY” is the home for New York area Israeli startup companies. The site, created by Guy Franklin in January 2013, provides a detailed map of Israeli startups and is a place for the startups to connect, cooperate, advise and share a virtual workspace while showing the Israeli success in the world. Franklin created a video to introduce us to the faces behind the startups. To view the video clip, click here.
The day the Israeli Internet industry was born
If one has to pick a point at which the Israeli Internet industry was born, it was on June 8, 1998, when AOL snapped up Mirabilis for $407 million. Sixteen years later the industry has come of age, in quantity and quality. At the time, the deal was a ground-breaker; today the industry has reached the point of maturity that not every entrepreneur is in it just for a chunky exit. To read more about the the Israeli Internet industry, click here.