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Sequoia Capital Israel is a Herzelia, Israel-based venture capital firm focusing on seed to growth stage investments. In terms of industry focus, the firm primarily invests in the financial services, internet, mobile and telecommunications, and technology sectors. In terms of investment size, the firm generally invests as little as $100,000 and $1 million in its seed investments but can invest $10 to $100 million in growth equity investments.

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These 16 Largest NYC Tech Startup Funding Rounds of 2021

Jan 3, 2022

AlleyWatch 2021 was a record-breaking year for startup funding in New York. Here’s a look at the leading startups that raised the largest rounds during the course of the year. Armed with some data from our friends at CrunchBase, I broke down the largest NYC startup  funding rounds for 2021. I have included some additional information as well such as industry and brief funding description, to further the analysis for the state of  venture capital in NYC . For the purposes of this analysis, only all-equity funding rounds were considered. NowRx is disrupting the $480B retail pharmacy industry with unheard of personalized service and free same-day pharmacy delivery. The company uses its “QuickFill” proprietary pharmacy software and robotics to automate prescription dispensing and reduce common service failures that result in bad experiences for customers (insurance errors, out-of-stock, etc.). Oh, and they operate at a fraction of the cost of major retail chains – talk about efficiency! In 2020, the company saw revenue jump 90% YoY and this year they’re on pace to surpass more than $22M in revenue. With their newest telehealth product growing 73% MoM and a share price that has increased by 1,650% since 2016 – this is an investment you don’t want to miss out on. Get in on this rapidly growing startup and learn how you can invest today 16. Chronosphere $200.0M Round: Series C Description: Chronosphere develops a scalable, reliable, and customizable monitoring solution built for cloud-native applications. Founded by Martin Mao and Rob Skillington in 2019, Chronosphere has now raised a total of $254.4M in total equity funding and is backed by Addition, Founders Fund, General Atlantic, Glynn Capital Management, Greylock, Lux Capital, and Spark Capital. Investors in the round: Addition, Founders Fund, General Atlantic, Glynn Capital Management, Greylock, Lux Capital, Spark Capital Month of Funding: October Founders: Martin Mao, Rob Skillington Founding year: 2019 16. Andela $200.0M Round: Series E Description: Andela is a global talent network that connects companies with engineering talent in emerging markets. Founded by Brice Steven Nkengsa, Christina Sass, Ian Carnevale, Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, Jeremy Johnson, and Nadayar Enegesi in 2014, Andela has now raised a total of $381.0M in total equity funding and is backed by Salesforce Ventures, Spark Capital, Susa Ventures, SoftBank Vision Fund, and GV. Investors in the round: Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Generation Investment Management, SoftBank Vision Fund, Spark Capital, Whale Rock Capital Management Month of Funding: September Founders: Brice Steven Nkengsa, Christina Sass, Ian Carnevale, Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, Jeremy Johnson, Nadayar Enegesi Founding year: 2014 16. OpenTrons $200.0M Round: Series C Description: OpenTrons is a developer of a pipetting robot technology designed to automate experiments. Founded by Chiu Chau, Nicholas Wagner, and Will Canine in 2013, OpenTrons has now raised a total of $240.0M in total equity funding and is backed by Y Combinator, SoftBank Vision Fund, Lerer Hippeau, Khosla Ventures, and Fifty Years. Investors in the round: Khosla Ventures, SoftBank Vision Fund Month of Funding: September Founding year: 2013 16. Cedar $200.0M Round: Series D Description: Cedar is a patient payment and engagement platform for hospitals, health systems, and medical groups that elevates the patient experience. Founded by Arel Lidow, Florian Otto, and Kareem Zaki in 2016, Cedar has now raised a total of $326.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Andreessen Horowitz, JP Morgan Chase, SV Angel, Tiger Global Management, and Sound Ventures. Investors in the round: Andreessen Horowitz, Concord Health Partners, Thrive Capital, Tiger Global Management Month of Funding: March Founders: Arel Lidow, Florian Otto, Kareem Zaki Founding year: 2016 Total equity funding raised: $326.0M Round: Venture Description: Trumid is a financial technology company bringing efficiency to credit trading through data, technology, and innovative products. Founded by Ronnie Mateo in 2014, Trumid has now raised a total of $660.3M in total equity funding and is backed by BlackRock, Dragoneer Investment Group, DST Global, Motive Partners, Phase 2 Partners, Point Break Capital Management, Senator Investment Group, Singapore Exchange Limited, T. Rowe Price, and TPG. Investors in the round: BlackRock, Dragoneer Investment Group, DST Global, Motive Partners, Phase 2 Partners, Point Break Capital Management, Senator Investment Group, Singapore Exchange Limited, T. Rowe Price, TPG Month of Funding: October Founders: Ronnie Mateo Total equity funding raised: $660.3M NowRx is disrupting the $480B retail pharmacy industry with unheard of personalized service and free same-day pharmacy delivery. The company uses its “QuickFill” proprietary pharmacy software and robotics to automate prescription dispensing and reduce common service failures that result in bad experiences for customers (insurance errors, out-of-stock, etc.). Oh, and they operate at a fraction of the cost of major retail chains – talk about efficiency! In 2020, the company saw revenue jump 90% YoY and this year they’re on pace to surpass more than $22M in revenue. With their newest telehealth product growing 73% MoM and a share price that has increased by 1,650% since 2016 – this is an investment you don’t want to miss out on. Get in on this rapidly growing startup and learn how you can invest today 14. Immunai $215.0M Round: Series B Description: Immunai is a biotech company that combines single cell genomics with ML algorithms to enable high resolution profiling of the immune system. Founded by Ansuman Satpathy, Dan Littman, Danny Wells, Luis F Voloch, and Noam Solomon in 2018, Immunai has now raised a total of $295.0M in total equity funding and is backed by 8VC, Icon Ventures, Koch Disruptive Technologies, Piedmont Capital, and Talos VC. Investors in the round: 8VC, Icon Ventures, Koch Disruptive Technologies, Piedmont Capital, Talos VC Month of Funding: October Founders: Ansuman Satpathy, Dan Littman, Danny Wells, Luis F Voloch, Noam Solomon Founding year: 2018 13. Current $220.0M Round: Series D Description: Current is a financial technology company that offers mobile payments, online banking, and financial services. Founded by Stuart Sopp in 2015, Current has now raised a total of $402.4M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Andreessen Horowitz, Sapphire Ventures, Tiger Global Management, Foundation Capital, and Wellington Management. Investors in the round: Andreessen Horowitz, Avenir Growth Capital, Elizabeth Street Ventures, Expa, Foundation Capital, Sapphire Ventures, Tiger Global Management, TQ Ventures, Wellington Management Month of Funding: April Founders: Stuart Sopp 13. Grafana Labs $220.0M Round: Series C Description: Grafana Labs is an open-source software platform built to support monitoring, visualization, and metric analytics. Founded by Anthony Woods, Raj Dutt, and Torkel Odegaard in 2014, Grafana Labs has now raised a total of $295.2M in total equity funding and is backed by Sequoia Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Coatue, GIC, and Lead Edge Capital. Investors in the round: Coatue, GIC, Lead Edge Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital Month of Funding: August Founders: Anthony Woods, Raj Dutt, Torkel Odegaard Founding year: 2014 13. WorkFusion $220.0M Round: Series F Description: WorkFusion offers automation solutions to enterprises to help them reduce costs and up-skill workforces. Founded by Andrew Volkov and Max Yankelevich in 2009, WorkFusion has now raised a total of $341.3M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Inovia Capital, Greycroft, RTP Global, Georgian, and NGP Capital. Investors in the round: Georgian Month of Funding: March Founders: Andrew Volkov, Max Yankelevich Founding year: 2009 Total equity funding raised: $341.3M Round: Venture Description: Up&Up is a tech-enabled real estate platform that allows renters to accumulate fractional ownership of the properties. Founded by Basil Siddiqui, Benedict Wong, Michael Wong, and Ryan Brown in 2017, Up&Up has now raised a total of $284.3M in total equity funding and is backed by Founders Fund, Goldman Sachs, Khosla Ventures, L2 Point, and Rialto Capital Management. Investors in the round: Founders Fund, Goldman Sachs, Khosla Ventures, L2 Point, Rialto Capital Management Month of Funding: November Founders: Basil Siddiqui, Benedict Wong, Michael Wong, Ryan Brown Founding year: 2017 Total equity funding raised: $284.3M NowRx is disrupting the $480B retail pharmacy industry with unheard of personalized service and free same-day pharmacy delivery. The company uses its “QuickFill” proprietary pharmacy software and robotics to automate prescription dispensing and reduce common service failures that result in bad experiences for customers (insurance errors, out-of-stock, etc.). Oh, and they operate at a fraction of the cost of major retail chains – talk about efficiency! In 2020, the company saw revenue jump 90% YoY and this year they’re on pace to surpass more than $22M in revenue. With their newest telehealth product growing 73% MoM and a share price that has increased by 1,650% since 2016 – this is an investment you don’t want to miss out on. Get in on this rapidly growing startup and learn how you can invest today 11. Cockroach Labs $278.0M Round: Series F Description: Cockroach Labs is a software company that develops a cloud-native SQL database for modern cloud applications. Founded by Benjamin Darnell, Peter Mattis, and Spencer Kimball in 2015, Cockroach Labs has now raised a total of $633.1M in total equity funding and is backed by Sequoia Capital, GV, Tiger Global Management, Coatue, and SV Angel. Investors in the round: DFJ Growth, Dragoneer Investment Group, Inspired Capital Partners, M13, Torch Capital Month of Funding: December Founders: Benjamin Darnell, Peter Mattis, Spencer Kimball Founding year: 2015 Total equity funding raised: $633.1M 10. Forter $300.0M Round: Series F Description: Forter offers a fraud solution that helps retailers grow sales, lower costs, and improve customer experience via its Decision as Service. Founded by Alon Shemesh, Liron Damri, and Michael Reitblat in 2013, Forter has now raised a total of $300.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Adage Capital Management, Bessemer Venture Partners, March Capital, NewView Capital, Salesforce Ventures, Scale Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital Israel, Third Point Ventures, and Tiger Global Management. Investors in the round: Bessemer Venture Partners, Index Ventures, Rainfall Ventures, Teamworthy Ventures, Tusk Venture Partners, Walkabout Ventures Month of Funding: May Founders: Alon Shemesh, Liron Damri, Michael Reitblat Founding year: 2013 10. Ramp $300.0M Round: Series C Description: Ramp is a technology company that develops corporate cards designed to save money for businesses. Founded by Eric Glyman, Gene Lee, and Karim Atiyeh in 2019, Ramp has now raised a total of $460.0M in total equity funding and is backed by Vista Public Strategies, Definition Capital, Goldman Sachs, BoxGroup, and Lux Capital. Investors in the round: BoxGroup, Bradley Horowitz, Coatue, Contrary, D1 Capital Partners, Founders Fund, Goldman Sachs, Guillaume “G” Cabane, Neo, Redpoint, Stripe, Thrive Capital Month of Funding: August Founders: Eric Glyman, Gene Lee, Karim Atiyeh Founding year: 2019 Total equity funding raised: $460.0M NowRx is disrupting the $480B retail pharmacy industry with unheard of personalized service and free same-day pharmacy delivery. The company uses its “QuickFill” proprietary pharmacy software and robotics to automate prescription dispensing and reduce common service failures that result in bad experiences for customers (insurance errors, out-of-stock, etc.). Oh, and they operate at a fraction of the cost of major retail chains – talk about efficiency! In 2020, the company saw revenue jump 90% YoY and this year they’re on pace to surpass more than $22M in revenue. With their newest telehealth product growing 73% MoM and a share price that has increased by 1,650% since 2016 – this is an investment you don’t want to miss out on. Get in on this rapidly growing startup and learn how you can invest today 10. Paxos $300.0M Round: Series D Description: Paxos is a regulated financial institution building infrastructure to enable movement between physical and digital assets. Founded by Charles Cascarilla and Richmond Teo in 2012, Paxos has now raised a total of $535.3M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Canaan Partners, Blockchain Capital, Digital Currency Group, Oak HC/FT, and RRE Ventures. Investors in the round: Declaration Partners, Liberty City Ventures, Mithril Capital Management, Oak HC/FT, PayPal Ventures, Senator Investment Group, WestCap Month of Funding: April Founders: Charles Cascarilla, Richmond Teo Founding year: 2012 10. Squarespace $300.0M Round: Venture Description: Squarespace is an all-in-one platform for websites, domains, online stores, marketing tools and scheduling. Founded by Anthony Casalena in 2003, Squarespace has now raised a total of $378.5M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include D1 Capital Partners, General Atlantic, T. Rowe Price, Fidelity Management and Research Company, Dragoneer Investment Group. Investors in the round: Accel, D1 Capital Partners, Dragoneer Investment Group, Fidelity Management and Research Company, General Atlantic, T. Rowe Price, The Spruce House Partnership, Tiger Global Management Month of Funding: March Founders: Anthony Casalena 9. Bowery Farming $320.7M Round: Series C Description: Bowery Farming uses vision systems, automation technology, and machine learning to monitor plants and their growth. Founded by Brian Falther, David Golden, and Irving Fain in 2014, Bowery Farming has now raised a total of $300.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Amplo, Chris Paul, Fidelity Management and Research Company, Gaingels, General Catalyst, GGV Capital, Groupe Artemis, GV, Jose Andres, Justin Timberlake, Lewis Hamilton, Natalie Portman, and Temasek Holdings. Investors in the round: Amplo, Chris Paul, Fidelity Management and Research Company, Gaingels, General Catalyst, GGV Capital, Groupe Artemis, GV, Jose Andres, Justin Timberlake, Lewis Hamilton, Natalie Portman, Temasek Holdings Month of Funding: May Founders: Brian Falther, David Golden, Irving Fain Founding year: 2014 8. ROKT $325.0M Round: Series E Description: Rokt is an e-commerce marketing technology that gives customers a personalized and relevant experience while buying online. Founded by Ben Voltz, Bruce Buchanan, and Justin Viles in 2012, Rokt has now raised a total of $487.0M in total equity funding and is backed by Tiger Global Management, Pavilion Capital, Wellington Management, Square Peg Capital, and Whale Rock Capital Management. Investors in the round: Cooley, Derive Ventures, Inovia Capital, JLL Spark, KAYAK, Sound Ventures, Thayer Ventures, Tiger Global Management, Trinity Ventures Month of Funding: December Founders: Ben Voltz, Bruce Buchanan, Justin Viles Founding year: 2012 7. Gemini $400.0M Round: Series A Description: Gemini is a licensed digital asset exchange and custodian built for both individuals and institutions. Founded by Cameron Winklevoss and Tyler Winklevoss in 2014, Gemini has now raised a total of $400.0M in total equity funding and is backed by 10T Holdings, Boost VC, Jane Street Capital, K5 Global, Marcy Venture Partners, Mogo, Morgan Creek Digital, Newflow Partners, Pantera Capital, ParaFi Capital, United Talent Agency, VanEck, and WndrCo. Investors in the round: 10T Holdings, Boost VC, Jane Street Capital, K5 Global, Marcy Venture Partners, Mogo, Morgan Creek Digital, Newflow Partners, Pantera Capital, ParaFi Capital, United Talent Agency, VanEck, WndrCo Month of Funding: November Founders: Cameron Winklevoss, Tyler Winklevoss Founding year: 2014 7. Claroty $400.0M Round: Series E Description: Claroty is a cybersecurity company that protects industrial control networks from cyber-attacks. Founded by Amir Zilberstein, Benny Porat, and Galina Antova in 2015, Claroty has now raised a total of $640.0M in total equity funding and is backed by SoftBank Vision Fund, Siemens, Schneider Electric, Temasek Holdings, and Team8. Investors in the round: 40 North Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, ISQ Global Infrastructure Fund, LG Capital, Rockwell Automation, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Team8 Month of Funding: December Founders: Amir Zilberstein, Benny Porat, Galina Antova Founding year: 2015 7. Dataiku $400.0M Round: Series E Description: Dataiku operates as an enterprise artificial intelligence and machine-learning platform. Founded by Clement Stenac, Florian Douetteau, Marc Batty, and Thomas Cabrol in 2013, Dataiku has now raised a total of $646.8M in total equity funding and is backed by Eurazeo, Battery Ventures, Tiger Global Management, Insight Partners, and ICONIQ Capital. Investors in the round: Battery Ventures, CapitalG, Dawn Capital, Eurazeo, FirstMark, ICONIQ Growth, Insight Partners, Lightrock, Olivier Pomel, Snowflake Ventures, Tiger Global Management Month of Funding: August Founders: Clement Stenac, Florian Douetteau, Marc Batty, Thomas Cabrol Founding year: 2013 Total equity funding raised: $646.8M NowRx is disrupting the $480B retail pharmacy industry with unheard of personalized service and free same-day pharmacy delivery. The company uses its “QuickFill” proprietary pharmacy software and robotics to automate prescription dispensing and reduce common service failures that result in bad experiences for customers (insurance errors, out-of-stock, etc.). Oh, and they operate at a fraction of the cost of major retail chains – talk about efficiency! In 2020, the company saw revenue jump 90% YoY and this year they’re on pace to surpass more than $22M in revenue. With their newest telehealth product growing 73% MoM and a share price that has increased by 1,650% since 2016 – this is an investment you don’t want to miss out on. Get in on this rapidly growing startup and learn how you can invest today 7. Fireblocks $400.0M Round: Series E Description: Fireblocks is a blockchain security service provider for moving, storing, and issuing digital assets. Founded by Idan Ofrat, Michael Shaulov, and Pavel Berengoltz in 2018, Fireblocks has now raised a total of $889.0M in total equity funding and is backed by Digital Currency Group, Galaxy Digital, Sequoia Capital, Ribbit Capital, and Spark Capital. Investors in the round: Egis Capital Partners, JMI Equity, RiverPark Ventures, Volition Capital Month of Funding: December Founders: Idan Ofrat, Michael Shaulov, Pavel Berengoltz Founding year: 2018 7. Cityblock Health $400.0M Round: Series D Description: Cityblock Health is a tech-driven healthcare provider for those in underserved communities. Founded by Bay Gross, Iyah Romm, Mat Balez, and Toyin Ajayi in 2017, Cityblock Health has now raised a total of $891.3M in total equity funding and is backed by SoftBank, Redpoint, General Catalyst, 8VC, and Tiger Global Management. Investors in the round: SoftBank Month of Funding: September Founders: Bay Gross, Iyah Romm, Mat Balez, Toyin Ajayi Founding year: 2017 6. Socure $450.0M Round: Series E Description: Socure is a predictive analytics platform for digital identity verification of consumers. Founded by Johnny Ayers and Sunil Madhu in 2012, Socure has now raised a total of $644.4M in total equity funding and is backed by Accel, Bain Capital Ventures, Commerce Ventures, Flint Capital, Scale Venture Partners, Sorenson Ventures, T. Rowe Price, Tiger Global Management, and Two Sigma Ventures. Investors in the round: Accel, Bain Capital Ventures, Commerce Ventures, Flint Capital, Scale Venture Partners, Sorenson Ventures, T. Rowe Price, Tiger Global Management, Two Sigma Ventures Month of Funding: November Founders: Johnny Ayers, Sunil Madhu Founding year: 2012 5. Attentive $470.0M Round: Series E Description: Attentive is a personalized mobile messaging platform for innovative brands and organizations. Founded by Andrew Jones, Brian Long, and Ethan Lo in 2016, Attentive has now raised a total of $863.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include D1 Capital Partners, Sequoia Capital, Bain Capital Ventures, Sapphire Ventures, and IVP. Investors in the round: Base10 Partners, Coatue, D1 Capital Partners, IVP, Tiger Global Management Month of Funding: March Founders: Andrew Jones, Brian Long, Ethan Lo Founding year: 2016 4. Ro $500.0M Round: Series D Description: Ro is a telehealth startup that operates digital health clinics for men’s and women’s health, along with smoking cessation. Founded by Rob Schutz, Saman Rahmanian, and Zachariah Reitano in 2017, Ro has now raised a total of $876.1M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include General Catalyst, BoxGroup, Initialized Capital, Slow Ventures, and Dragoneer Investment Group. Investors in the round: 776 Capital, Altimeter Capital, BoxGroup, Dragoneer Investment Group, FirstMark, General Catalyst, Radcliff Group, ShawSpring Partners, SignalFire, The Baupost Group, Torch Capital, TQ Ventures Month of Funding: March Founders: Rob Schutz, Saman Rahmanian, Zachariah Reitano Founding year: 2017 Total equity funding raised: $876.1M Round: Series F Description: Noom is a psychology-based digital health platform used to provide intelligent nutrition and exercise coaching. Founded by Artem Petakov and Saeju Jeong in 2008, Noom has now raised a total of $540.0M in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Novo Holdings, Oak HC/FT, RRE Ventures, Samsung Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Silver Lake, and Temasek Holdings. Investors in the round: ARCH Venture Partners, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Huizenga Capital Management, Magnetic Ventures, Monashee Investment Management, Trinitas Capital Month of Funding: May Founders: Artem Petakov, Saeju Jeong Founding year: 2008 2. UiPath $750.0M Round: Series F Description: UiPath is a software company developing robotic process automation and artificial intelligence software. Founded by Daniel Dines and Marius Tirca in 2005, UiPath has now raised a total of $2.0B in total equity funding and is backed by investors that include Tencent Holdings, Earlybird Venture Capital, Sequoia Capital, T. Rowe Price, and Kleiner Perkins. Investors in the round: Alkeon Capital, Altimeter Capital, Coatue, Dragoneer Investment Group, IVP, Sequoia Capital, T. Rowe Price, Tiger Global Management Month of Funding: February Founders: Daniel Dines, Marius Tirca, Prabhdeep Singh Founding year: 2005 1. Articulate $1.5B Round: Series A Description: Articulate develops a workplace training platform that provides online courses for management systems. Founded by Adam Schwartz in 2002, has now raised a total of $1.5B in total equity funding and is backed by General Atlantic, ICONIQ Growth, and Blackstone Accelerates Growth. Investors in the round: Blackstone Accelerates Growth, General Atlantic, ICONIQ Growth Month of Funding: July Founders: Adam Schwartz Total equity funding raised: $1.5B NowRx is disrupting the $480B retail pharmacy industry with unheard of personalized service and free same-day pharmacy delivery. The company uses its “QuickFill” proprietary pharmacy software and robotics to automate prescription dispensing and reduce common service failures that result in bad experiences for customers (insurance errors, out-of-stock, etc.). Oh, and they operate at a fraction of the cost of major retail chains – talk about efficiency! In 2020, the company saw revenue jump 90% YoY and this year they’re on pace to surpass more than $22M in revenue. With their newest telehealth product growing 73% MoM and a share price that has increased by 1,650% since 2016 – this is an investment you don’t want to miss out on. Get in on this rapidly growing startup and learn how you can invest today

Sequoia Capital Israel Investments

139 Investments

Sequoia Capital Israel has made 139 investments. Their latest investment was in Oribi as part of their Series B on February 2, 2021.

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2/17/2021

Series B

Oribi

$15.5M

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4/16/2020

Series C

SafeBreach

$19M

No

10

3/26/2020

Series C

Pyramid Analytics

$25M

No

24

2/9/2020

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$99M

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10

7/17/2019

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4/16/2020

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Sequoia Capital Israel Portfolio Exits

40 Portfolio Exits

Sequoia Capital Israel has 40 portfolio exits. Their latest portfolio exit was Oribi on February 28, 2022.

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12/1/2021

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$99M

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10/4/2021

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$99M

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8/11/2020

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7/2/2020

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