Industries

Industries

Our debut fund, is dedicated to seek investments in mature businesses comprised of hard assets with leading market positions in a broad range of assets.

 

Premium companies with defensible market positions and management teams with a passionate vision for the future of their industry. We deploy capital in partnerships where we have high conviction, where we believe risk can be minimized in order to deliver attractive risk-adjusted returns. While we typically seek to take control positions, we are comfortable operating in minority positions, given appropriate alignment and governance rights.

We seek to invest in the following industries:

 
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Agriculture

The agro-technology industry is characterized by intensive research and development of innovative systems. We seek investments in modern agricultural methods, systems and products.

 
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Communications

Communication utilities, coaxial cables, optical fibers, and microwave radio relay, including upcoming 5G technologies. From government owned monopolies to diversified private entities,

there are new and unique opportunities to investment professional who can add value.

 
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Defense

The Defense industry of Israel is a strategically important sector and a large employer, as well as major supplier of the Israel Defense Forces. Israel is one of the world's major exporters of military equipment, accounting for 10% of the world total.

 
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Electric Utilities

Electric utilities are companies in the electric power industry that engage in electricity generation and distribution of electricity for sale generally in a regulated market. The electrical utility industry is a major provider of energy in Israel. IIP seeks to make investments in the future of electrical power.

 
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Energy & Natural Resources

Energy & Natural Resources is one of the most important and fastest changing disciplines in Israel today. IIP seeks to invest across the oil and gas, utilities and renewables, chemicals, mining and agribusiness sectors in Israel, to deliver financial growth for our limited partners and stakeholders.

 
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Financial Services

From banking to wealth management, and securities distribution we are able to identify new revenue sources, and gain more value from their compliance investments. Israel is proving to be a world class financial service destination and IIP aims to be at the forefront by investing with innovative leaders in this field.

 
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Life Sciences

A rapidly changing healthcare environment and the convergence of breakthrough scientific innovation, digital advancements and new business models are reshaping the life sciences space. These advancements offer promise for substantial improvement in patient care and have opened up new opportunities for investors across the life sciences market landscape in Israel.

 
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Real Estate & Construction

From market analysis and financial feasibility to planning, approvals and deal structuring, IIP will invest in the purchase of land and construction of residential, commercial, industrial, and mixed-use space in the US, Europe and Asia, by providing large-scale development investments.

 
Sustainable Energy

Power & Renewables

By 2028 in Israel, the use of coal in electricity production, in all coal-fired power stations, will stop, and all electricity production will be based on natural gas and renewable energies. Implementing these goals will provide a raft of investment opportunities for public private partnerships in the coming years.

 
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Technology

Israel is a world technology center. Whether software, IOT, cybersecurity, semiconductor, storage, or other IT business, we know that technology demands a combination of long-term vision and adaptability. Our insights and wide ranging contacts can help companies compete and thrive where innovation presents an enormous opportunity.

 
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Transportation

The transportation budget in Israel has increased dramatically, due to major infrastructure developments carried out by state owned infrastructure companies and by local authorities. The state is looking to expand even further, opening up opportunities to private investors to increase the rate of development and generate competition.

 
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Waste Management

Israel’s new waste plan is aimed at reducing landfilling, increasing recycling rates, and reducing pollution and environmental risks. The Ministry of Environmental Protection (MoEP) is supporting its new waste strategy, which will result in efficiency in the waste market and provide significant investment opportunities.

 
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Water

The Israeli water sector consists of natural and artificial sources of water. Natural fresh water makes up some 40% of water consumption. In addition to this, two sources of artificial water play a vital role in the water sector: desalinated water (mostly seawater), and reclaimed wastewater, used mostly for agriculture, which provides 25% of the water consumed across all sectors.

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