List of Israeli companies quoted on the Nasdaq

Israel had more companies listed in 2012 on the NASDAQ stock exchange than any country outside the United States, save China.[1][2] As of 2011, some sixty Israeli companies are listed on the Nasdaq.[3] 2000 was the year that saw the most new Israeli listings on the exchange – 33 companies.[4] Through the years, many have been acquired, merged with other companies, privatized, or gone out of business.[5] Since the 1980s over 250 Israeli companies had an initial public offering on the Nasdaq. As of August 2017, one Israeli company was listed on the NASDAQ-100 index: Check Point Software.[6][7]

List of Israeli companies currently quoted on NasdaqEdit

This is a list of Israeli companies quoted on the NASDAQ electronic stock exchange as of 5 October 2020.[8]

Name Ticker Symbol Year Listed Sector Products / Solutions Notes
Ayala Pharma AYLA 2020 Biotech
Polypid Ltd. PYPD 2020 Pharma
Allot Communications Ltd. ALLT 2006 Networking & communication Broadband service optimization Dual listed on TASE
Anchiano Therapeutics Ltd. ANCN 2019 Biopharmaceuticals Cancer drug development
Arcturus Therapeutics Holdings Inc. ARCT 2013 Biotech RNA treatment
AudioCodes Ltd. AUDC 1999 Networking & communication VoIP Dual listed on TASE
B.O.S. Better Online Solutions BOSC 1996 Wireless technology RFID and Supply Chain solutions  
BioLineRx Ltd. BLRX 2011 Biopharmaceuticals Dual listed on TASE
BiondVax Pharmaceuticals Ltd BVXV 2015 Pharmaceuticals Infectious diseases
Brainstorm Cell Therapeutics Inc BCLI 2004 Biotech    
Brainsway Ltd. BWAY 2019 Biotech Neural medical devices
CollPlant Biotechnologies Ltd. CLGN 2018 Biotech 3D bioprinting organs
Caesarstone CSTE 2012 Home building Quartz surfaces  
Camtek Intelligent Imaging Ltd. CAMT 2000 Industrial equipment Automated optical inspection for PCB manufacturing Dual listed on TASE
Ceragon Networks Ltd. CRNT 2000 Wireless technology   Dual listed on TASE
CEVA, Inc. CEVA 2002 Semiconductors Silicon intellectual property provider for DSP solutions  
Check-Cap Ltd. CHEK 2015 Medical equipment C-Scan System for colorectal polyps detection  
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. CHKP 1996 IT Security    
CYREN Ltd. (previously Commtouch) CYRN 1999 Internet Security Web Security, Email Security, Anti-Malware Dual listed on TASE
Compugen Ltd. CGEN 2000 Biotech   Dual listed on TASE
CyberArk CYBR 2014 Software  
DarioHealth Corp. DRIO 2016 Healthcare health monitoring by phone
DSP Group, Inc. DSPG 1994 Semiconductors Fabless DSP solutions  
Elbit Systems Ltd. ESLT 1996 Defense   Dual listed on TASE
Eltek Ltd. ELTK 1997 Electronic components Printed circuit boards (PCB) manufacturer  
Entera Bio Ltd. ENTX 2018 Pharmaceuticals
Evogene Ltd. EVGN 2010 Biotech
Foresight Autonomous Holdings Ltd. FRSX 2017 Software Autonomous vehicle systems
ForeScout Technologies FSCT 2017 IT Security  
Formula Systems (1985) Ltd. FORTY 1997 Holding Company   Dual listed on TASE
Galmed Pharmaceuticals Ltd. GLMD 2014 Pharmaceuticals
Gamida Cell Ltd. GMDA 2018 Biotech
G. Willi-Food International, Ltd. WILC 2005 Food dist   Dual listed on TASE
Gilat Satellite Networks Ltd. GILT 1993 Networking & communication Satellite receivers Dual listed on TASE
InMode Ltd. INMD 2019 Medical equipment Skin-related procedures
Intec Pharma Ltd. NTEC 2015 Pharmaceuticals
Itamar Medical Ltd. ITMR 2019 Medical equipment Non-invasive cardiology devices
Ituran Location and Control Ltd. ITRN 2005 Communication services location-based services Dual listed on TASE
Kamada Ltd. KMDA 2013 Biopharmaceuticals  
JFrog Ltd. FROG 2020 Software  
Kitov Pharma Ltd KTOV 2015 Pharmaceuticals
Kornit Digital KRNT 2015 Printing Inkjet printers for the garment and apparel decorating industry  
Magal Security Systems MAGS 1993 Security Systems    
Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. MGIC 1991 Software   Dual listed on TASE
Medigus Ltd. MDGS 2015 Medical equipment Minimally invasive endosurgical tools Dual listed on TASE
Mediwound Ltd MDWD 2014 Biotech
MER Telemanagement Solutions Ltd. MTSL 2004 Networking & communication    
Microbot Medical Inc. MBOT 1992 Medical equipment Micro-surgery robots
Micronet Enertec Technologies Inc MICT 2004 Defense  
Mind CTI Ltd. MNDO 2002 Networking & communication Billing solutions  
Motus GI Holdings, Inc. MOTS 2018 Medical equipment colonoscopy device
My Size, Inc. MYSZ 2016 software E-commerce clothing sizer
Nano Dimension Ltd. NNDM 2016 Printing Digital printers for Printed circuit boards  
Nano-X Imaging Ltd. NNOX 2020 Medical equipment Nano-scale X-ray imaging
NICE Systems Limited NICE 1996 Networking & communication   Dual listed on TASE
Nova Measuring Instruments Ltd. NVMI 2000 Industrial equipment   Dual listed on TASE
Optibase Ltd. OBAS 1999 Networking & communication Internet protocol television (IPTV)  
Oramed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. ORMP 2013 Pharmaceuticals Oral insulin capsule  
Partner Communications Company Ltd. PTNR 2000 Communication services   Dual listed on TASE
Perion Network Ltd. PERI 2006 Software Dual listed on TASE
Pluristem Therapeutics Inc. PSTI 2003 Biotech Stem cell therapeutic products Dual listed on TASE
RADA Electronic Industries Ltd. RADA 1985 Aerospace    
Radcom Ltd. RDCM 1997 Networking & communication   Part of the RAD Group
Radware Ltd. RDWR 1999 Networking & communication   Part of the RAD Group
RedHill Biopharma Ltd. RDHL 2013 Biopharmaceutical Gastrointestinal treatment
ReWalk RWLK 2014 Medical equipment  
Safe-T Group Ltd SFET 2018 Software Cyber-security
Sapiens International Corporation N.V. SPNS 1992 Software   Dual listed on TASE
Silicom Ltd SILC 1994 Networking & communication   Part of the RAD Group
Sol-Gel Technologies Ltd. SLGL 2018 Pharmaceutical Skin treatments
SolarEdge SEDG 2015 Renewable energy Photovoltaic systems  
Supercom Ltd SPCB 2006 Security Systems    
TAT Technologies Ltd. TATT 1988 Defense Environmental control systems Dual listed on TASE
Tower Semiconductor Ltd. TSEM 1994 Semiconductors   Dual listed on TASE
UroGen Pharma Ltd. URGN 2017 Biopharmaceuticals Cancer and urologic treatments
Varonis Systems VRNS 2014 IT Security Data and access control  
Vascular Biogenics Ltd. VBLT 2014 Biopharmaceuticals Cancer treatment
Verint Systems Inc. VRNT 2002 Networking & communication    
Wix.com WIX 2013 Internet    
XTL Biopharmaceuticals Ltd. XTLB 2002 Biotech    
Playtika PLTK 2021 Gaming

List of Israeli companies formerly quoted on NasdaqEdit

Name Ticker Symbol Year Listed Year Delisted Sector Fate
Ability Inc ABILF 2016 2018 Mobile Security Now OTC.
Accord Networks Ltd. ACCD 2000 2000 Networking & communications Acquired by Polycom for Approximately $339 Million[9]
Accent Software International Ltd. ACNTF 1992 2004 Software  
ACRO Inc ACRI 2007 2016 Defense  
ACS Motion Control Ltd. ACSEF 1999 Electronic components Now OTC.
Aladdin Knowledge Systems Limited ALDN 1993 2009 IT Security Acquired by Vector Capital[10]
Alcobra Ltd. ADHD 2013 Pharmaceuticals Merged with Arcturus Therapeutics, Inc.[11]
Alvarion Ltd. ALVRQ 2000 Wireless technology Dual listed on TASE. Now OTC.
Ampal-American Israel Corporation AMPLQ 1979 Holding Company Went bankrupt in 2013
Answers Corporation ANSW 2004 2011 Internet Acquired by AFCV Holdings[12]
Arel Communications and Software ARLCF 1994 2006 Software Gone private[13]
Ariely Advertising Ltd. RELEF 1992 1998 Advertising Acquired by Publicis
Arzan International Ltd. ARZNF     Semiconductors  
Attunity Ltd. ATTU 1992 2019 Software Acquired by Qlik
BackWeb Technologies Ltd. BWEB 1998 2007 Software Bid price less than min. requirement.[14]
B Communications BCOM 2007 2020 Telecommunications Voluntary delisting.[15] Dual listed on TASE
Baran Group Ltd. BRAN 2002 2004 Engineering services Delisted from NASDAQ but still quoted on TASE
BigBand Networks, Inc. BBND 2007 2004 Networking & communication Acquired by ARRIS for $172 million.[16]
BluePhoenix Solutions Ltd. BPHX 1997 Software See ModSys International Ltd.
BVR Systems (1998) Ltd. BVRSF 2004 2009 Defense Acquired by Elbit Systems for $34 million.[17]
Cellcom Israel Ltd. CEL 2009 Wireless Moved to NYSE. Dual listed on TASE.
Cell Kinetics Ltd. CKNTF 2008 2020 Biotech OTC - pink, possibly delisted
Cicero Inc. CICN 1996 2003 Formerly traded as Level 8 Systems Inc (LVEL).[18][19]
Cimatron, Limited CIMT 1996 Software Privatized
ClickSoftware Technologies Ltd. CKSW 2000 Software Privatized
Comverse Technology, Inc. CMVT 1999 Networking & communication Privatized
Crow Technologies 1977 Ltd. CRWTF 2004 Security Systems Now OTC
D. Medical Industries Ltd. DMED 2010 2012 Medical devices Failure to meet Nasdaq requirements[20]
Delta Galil Industries DELT 1999 2008 Manufacturing Voluntarily delisted.[21][22]
Deltathree, Inc. DDDC 1999 2008 Communication services Bid price less than min. requirement[23]
DSP Communications Ltd. DSPC 2000 2001 Semiconductors Bought by Intel for U$1.6 bn[24]
ECI Telecom Ltd. ECIL 1982 2007 Networking & communications Acquired by Swarth Group from US$1.2 billion[25]
ECtel Ltd. ECTX 1999 2010 Networking & communication Acquired by cVidya for $21 million[26]
Edusoft Ltd. EDUSF 1992 1998 Software Acquired by CINAR Corporation for US$40 million
Elbit Medical Imaging Ltd. EMITF 1996 Holding Company   OTC - pink
Elbit LTD. ELBT 1996 2002 Holding company Merged with its parent company Elron
Elbit Vision EVSNF 1996 2003 Industrial equipment Shareholders' equity less than min. requirement.[27]
Ellomay Capital Ltd. EMYCF 1999 2005 Holding Company Shareholders' equity less than min. requirement.[28]
Elron Electronic Industries Ltd. ELRN 1981 2010 Holding Company Voluntarily delisted[29]
Elscint Ltd. ELT 1972 1999 Medical Equipment Acquired by Philips Electronics for $1.1 billion
Enzymotec Ltd ENZY 2013 2018 Biotech Acquired by Frutarom for $168 million[30]
EZchip Semiconductor Ltd. EZCH 1992 2016 Semiconductors Privatized. Dual listed on TASE
e-SIM LTD. ESIM 2000 2007 Software  
ForeScout Technologies FSCT 2017 2020 IT Security Class action lawsuit
Fundtech Ltd. FNDT 1998 2011 Software Acquired for $390 million, merged with GTCR affiliate BankServ[31]
Galileo Technology Ltd GALT 1996 2001 Semiconductors Acquired by Marvell Technology Group
GammaCan International, Inc. GCAN 2004 Biotech Didn't report filings to the SEC in 2012. Ticker now under The Greater Cannabis Company, Inc.
Geotek Communications Ltd GOTK     Networking & communications  
Given Imaging Ltd. GIVN 2001 Medical equipment Dual listed on TASE. Privatized.
Home Centers DIY Ltd. HOMEF     Retail  
ICTS International N.V. ICTSF 1997 Security services OTC - Pink
Internet Gold Golden Lines Ltd. IGLDF 2004 Communication services Dual listed on TASE. OTC - Pink
Indigo NV INDGF 1992 2002 Digital Presses Acquired by Hewlett-Packard for $680 million
Inksure Technologies Inc. INKS 2002 2013 Security Systems Merged with Spectra Systems Corporation (SPSY.L or SPSC.L)
Intelligent Information Systems Ltd. IISLF 2004 Software Privatized
Israel Land Development Company Ltd. ILDCY   2004 Holding company  
Isramco, Inc. ISRA-L.TA 1983 Oil exploration Moved to TASE
IXI Mobile, Inc. IXIM 2002 Networking & communication Privatized
Jacada Ltd. JCDAF 1999 Software OTC - Pink
Laser Industries Ltd. LASRF 1992 1997 Medical Equipment Merged with ESC Medical Systems Ltd. (Now called Lumenis Ltd.)
Lipman Electronic Engineering Ltd. LPMA 1994 2006 POS solutions Acquired by VeriFone for $793 million[32]
Logal Educational Software LOGLF 1996   Software  
Lumenis LMNS 1992 2007 Medical Equipment Acquired by LM Partners L.P. and Ofer Hi-Tech Group
Macrocure Ltd MCUR 2014 Biotech Privatized
Madge Network NV MADGF   2003 Networking & communications  
magicJack VocalTec Ltd. CALL 1996 Networking & communication Privatized. Formerly VocalTec Communications Ltd.
Matav-Cable Systems Media Ltd. MATV 1996 2004 Communication services Merged with competitor to form HOT Telecommunication Systems
Mazor Robotics MZOR 2013 Medical equipment Dual listed on TASE. Merged with Medtronic.
Medis Technologies Ltd. MDTL 2009 2009 Alternative Energy Net worth less than min. requirement.[33]
Mellanox Technologies, Ltd. MLNX 2007 2020 Semiconductors Acquired by Nvidia $6.9 billion[34]
Menlo Therapeutics Inc. FOMX 2014 Pharmaceuticals New name due to Foamix Pharmaceuticals Ltd merger
Memco Software Ltd. MEMCF 1996 1998 Software Merged with Platinum Technology later acquired by Computer Associates.[35]
Mercury Interactive Corp MERQ 1996 2006 Software Acquired by HP $4.5 billion[36]
Metalink, Ltd. MTLK 2004 2011 Semiconductors Bid price less than min. requirement.[37][38]
ModSys International Ltd. MDSYF Software Changed name from BluePhoenix Solutions Ltd. in 2014. Was MDSY, now OTC.
M-Systems Flash Disk Pioneers Ltd. FLSH 1998 2006 Semiconductors Acquired by SanDisk.[39]
m-Wise, Inc. MWIS 2005 Wireless technology Privatized.
NDS Group PLC NDSS 1998 2009 Digital TV solutions Acquired by Permira Private Equity[40]
Ness Technologies, Inc. NSTC 2004 2011 IT Services Acquired by Citi Venture Capital International (US$307 million)[41]
NetManage Inc NETM 1992 2008 Software Acquired by Micro Focus International .[42]
New Dimension Software, Ltd. DDDDF 1993 1999 Software Acquired by BMC Software for US$650 million
NexGen Biofuels Ltd. HCTL, NXGNF, NXGN 1989 Alternative Energy New name: Laxai Pharma Ltd.
Nogatech, Ltd. NGTC 2000 2001 Semiconductors Acquired by Zoran
NUR Macroprinters Ltd. NURM 1998 2007 Digital Presses Acquired by Hewlett-Packard
On Track Innovations Ltd OTIVF 2002 Security Systems Now OTC - Pink
Orbotech Ltd. ORBK 1984 Industrial equipment Acquired by KLA-Tencor Corporation (KLAC)
Orckit Communications, Limited ORCT 1996 Networking & communication Privatized. Dual listed on TASE
OrganiTECH USA, Inc. ORGT 2007 2014 Biotech Revoked by SEC for not filing a petition.
Optomedic Medical Technologies Ltd. KPLNF 1998 2005 Medical Technologies
Oshap Technologies Ltd. OSHSF 1993 1999 Software Acquired by Sungard[43]
Perrigo Company plc PRGO 1992 Pharmaceuticals Moved to NYSE.
Pharmos Corporation PARS 2002 2009 Shareholders' equity less than min. requirement.[44]
Pointer Telocation Ltd. PNTR 2004 2019 Security services Dual listed on TASE
PowerDsine Ltd. PDSN 2004 2006 Semiconductors Acquired by Microsemi Corporation[45]
Precise Software Solutions Ltd PRSE 1999 2003 Software Acquired by Veritas Software (later part of Symantec) for $609 million, span-off in 2008[46]
PROLOR Biotech, Inc. PBTH 2008 2013 Biotech Merged with OPKO Health, Inc. Dual listed on TASE
RadView Software Ltd. RDVWF 2000 Software OTC - Pink
RADVision Ltd. RVSN 2000 Networking & communication Privatized. Part of the RAD Group
Retalix Ltd. RTLX 1998 2013 Software Acquired by NCR Corporation for $650 million.[47]
RiT Technologies Ltd. RITT 1997 Networking & communication OTC - Pink. Part of the RAD Group
RoboGroup T.E.K. Ltd. ROBOF 1999 2005 Industrial equipment Voluntarily delisted.[48]
Robomatix Technologies Ltd RBMXF Holding company
Rosetta Genomics ROSGQ 2007 Biotech OTC - Pink
RR Media Ltd. RRM 2007 Digital media services Privatized
Saifun Semiconductors Ltd. SFUN 2004 2008 Semiconductors Acquired by Spansion Inc.
Scailex Corporation Ltd. SCIX 1980 2006 Holding Company [49]
Scanvec (1990) Ltd. SVECF     Software  
Scopus Video Networks Ltd. SCOP 2005 2009 Networking & communications Acquired by Harmonic Inc.[50]
Shamir Optical Industry Ltd. SHMR 2005 2011 Spectacle lens Merged with Essilor[51]
SignalSoft Corporation SGSF 2000 2002 Software Acquired by Openwave Systems Inc.
Shopping.com Ltd. SHOP 2004 2005 Software Acquired by eBay for $634 million[52]
Sodastream International SODA 2010 2018 Food and beverage Acquired by PepsiCo[53]
Starlims Technologies Limited LIMS 2007 2010 Software Acquired by Abbott in 2010 for $123 million.[54]
Summit Design, Inc. SMMT 1994 1999 Software Acquired by Mentor Graphics
Syneron Medical Ltd. ELOS 2004 2017 Medical equipment Also known as Syneron Candela. Acquired by Apax Partners.
Tadiran Telecommunications Ltd. TTELF 1982 1998 Networking & communications Merged with ECI Telecom
Taro Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. TARO 1998 2006 Pharmaceuticals Delayed SEC forms;[55][56] acquired by Sun Pharmaceuticals in 2010.[57] Moved to NYSE on 22 March 2012 [1]
Technoprises Ltd. TNOLF 1999 2010 Holding Company Formerly known as BVR Technologies Ltd. Revoked by SEC.
Tecnomatix Technologies Ltd. TCNOF 1996 2004 Software Acquired by UGS Corp.[58]
Tefron Ltd. TFRFF 1996 Manufacturing OTC - Pink
Teledata Communications Ltd. TLDCF 1994 1998 Software Acquired by ADC Telecommunications for $200 million,[59] later sold and now trading as Teledata Networks
Terayon Communication Systems, Inc. TERN 1998 2007 Networking & communications Acquired by Motorola for $140 million[60]
Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Limited TEVA 1982 2012 Pharmaceuticals Transferred to NYSE[7]
Tissera Inc. TSSR 2004 2014 Biotech Revoked by SEC for not filing a petition.
Top Image Systems, Ltd. TISA 1996 2019 Software Acquired by Kofax
TTI Team Telecom International Ltd. TTIL 1996 2010 Networking & communication Acquired by TEOCO Corporation for $58 million.[61]
TTR Technologies Inc. TTRE 1995 2002 Digital anti-piracy technologies Acquired by Macrovision[62]
TVG Technologies Ltd. TVGTF 1993 2001 IT Security [63][64]
Ulticom, Inc. ULCM 2000 2010 Networking & communication Acquired from Comverse Technology by Platinum Equity for $90 million[65][66]
Veraz Networks VRAZ 2007 Networking & communication Privatized
Verisity Ltd. VRST 1999 2005 Software Acquired by Cadence Design Systems for $281 million[67]
ViryaNet Ltd. VRYA 1999 2008 Software  
Voltaire Ltd. VOLT 2007 2011 Networking & communication Acquired by Mellanox Technologies for $208 million[68]
Vuance Ltd VUNC 2006 2009 Security Systems Shareholders' equity less than min. requirement[69]
Vyyo Inc. VYYO 1999 2008 Networking & communications Gone private[70]
Wiztec Solutions Ltd. WIZTF 1994 2000 Networking & communications Acquired by Convergys Corporation[71]
ZAG Industries Ltd. ZAGIF 1992 1998 Plastic products manufacturer Acquired by Stanley Works for $117 million[72]
Zion Oil & Gas, Inc. ZN 2007 2020 Oil Exploration
Zoran Corporation ZRAN 1995 2011 Semiconductors Acquired by CSR plc[73]

See alsoEdit

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