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VentureIsrael Appoints Tim Kogan as Venture Partner

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An Israeli deep tech fund VentureIsrael has announced an appointment of Tim Kogan as a Venture Partner. Tim will be responsible for enhancing the Fund's investment capabilities by widening VentureIsrael's reach to institutional and individual investors. Tim will also assist in raising portfolio companies' capitalization and M&A capabilities.

Tim Kogan is an investment professional with over ten years of experience and over $1 billion worth of projects performed for entrepreneurs and investors in Ukraine and CEE. He specializes in executing strategy-led investment matters in the area of capital-raising, preparation and execution of M&A deals or corporate development.

Tim is a former Board Member at MEGOGO and Nova Poshta, ex-Director at FinPoint (associate company of Rothschild & Co in Ukraine) and Capital Times Investment Advisory. In addition, Tim is a Board member of the Corporate Governance Professional Association of Ukraine.

"Tim is a valuable addition to our growing senior investment team at a time when the opportunity for early-stage deep tech investments in Israel is very high. He will complement VentureIsrael's expertise with his extensive capital-raising, M&A, and corporate development experience," says Roman Gold, Managing General Partner at VentureIsrael.

"VentureIsrael is a team of great people who dedicate their resources, time, and knowledge to entrepreneurs and investors in the most promising investment market – Israeli deep tech venture. Sharing the same values and vision, it became a privilege for me to join the team," says Tim Kogan, Venture Partner at VentureIsrael.