Lecia Bachar-Manoach joins the Catalyst Foundation as a partner


Lecia Bachar-Manoach (Photo of the Catalyst Foundation)
Lecia Bachar-Manoach joins the fund as a partner Catalyst, Which supports the long-term growth of medium-sized Israeli companies, with innovation in global markets. The fund, founded in 1999 by Eduard Kokirman Yair Shamir and Boaz Harel, manages over $ 300 million and invests in Israeli technology companies in growth stages.

For the past 14 years, Bachar-Manoach has gained international experience in senior management positions in industrial corporations such as the Keter, Adama Group, and in a production plant of BMW In Austria. It specializes in the areas of capital raising, mergers and acquisitions and post-merger transactions and integrations. Bachar-Manoach was born and raised in Istanbul, Turkey, in a multicultural environment, and is fluent in English, Hebrew, German and Turkish. She has a master’s degree in mechanical and industrial engineering from the University of Vienna of Technology ((Vienna University of Technology. She also holds a degree in management from Harvard University (specializing in risk management) and a degree MBA From Tel Aviv University.

“I am proud to work alongside two veterans of the Israeli venture capital industry, Eduard Kokirman and Yair Shamir,” says Bachar-Manoach about the appointment. “I am pleased to make available to Israeli high-tech companies the knowledge and network of international business connections I have accumulated, especially in such a challenging period when growth companies need as much support as possible.”

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