Cybercrime startup ThetaRay raises $31 million led by JVP and BGV
The Israeli company's solution enables the world's largest banks, financial institutions, and businesses to mitigate the risk of money laundering, terrorist financing, human trafficking, and narco-trafficking
Financial cybercrime detection firm ThetaRay announced on Tuesday that it has completed a new $31 million funding round led by Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP) alongside new investors Eric Benhamou, investing through Benhamou Global Ventures. Additional new investors include the Saints fund that appointed one of its managing partners as an observer to the ThetaRay board. The company's existing investors: OurCrowd, Bank Hapoalim SBT, and more, also participated in this round.