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Israel-Dubai Partnership Will Launch a $100M Debt Investment Fund for Tech Companies Across the Region

TEL AVIV, Israel & DUBAI, United Arab Emirates–()–Tel Aviv-based global fund manager Liquidity Capital and Dubai-based Vault Investments today announced an agreement to form a joint $100M Venture Debt Investment fund based in Dubai.

The new fund will deploy debt financing funding aimed at fueling technology financing in the Middle East, North Africa and Europe, and will leverage technology already in use by Liquidity in that company’s Asia-Pacific and US investments. As part of the partnership, Liquidity Capital and Vault investment will open offices in Dubai, to more effectively locate potential investments in the region.

The joint venture marks a pivotal step forward in the rapidly solidifying…

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