Mr. Zohar is the Chairman of LRC Europe, a property and property technology company with €6 billion in assets under management. Since 2006, Mr. Zohar has been the ultimate beneficial owner of Impact Equity, an advisory and investment firm specializing in Israeli-related technology investing. Since joining Impact Equity, Mr. Zohar has advised on several transactions including: an investment in Soluto Inc., which was sold to Asurian Inc. for approximately $130 million in 2013; an investment in REE Automotive, which became a public company in 2021 through a merger with blank check company 10X Capital (Nasdaq Ticker VCVC) for a combined value of about $3.1 billion in 2021; the sale of Eglue, a customer service technology company, to Nice (Nasdaq Ticker NICE); and the sale of Intellinx, an enterprise security technology company, to Bottomline Inc. (Nasdaq Ticker EPAY). In addition, he advised XLMedia (London XLM) in pre-IPO and IPO matters and Delek Global Real Estate in its IPO on the AIM market in London. Mr. Zohar has also served as Chairman of Stoa USA Inc., a property technology company, since 2017. Additionally, he currently serves on the Board of Allot Communications, a Nasdaq listed company based in Tel Aviv. Mr. Zohar has over 24-years of experience in the venture capital and investment banking industries. From 2014 to 2018, Mr. Zohar was the head of business development for Gett, a European ride hailing platform where he was responsible for the strategic partnership with and $300 million fund raise from VW. From 2007 to 2008, Mr. Zohar served as COO of Delek Global Real Estate. Prior to that, from 1999 to 2006, Mr. Zohar was an Executive Director at Morgan Stanley responsible for building the investment banking business in Israel as part of the global technology team. While at Morgan Stanley, from 2005 to 2006, Mr. Zohar was part of the Morgan Stanley Private Equity coverage group, which provided leveraged buyout advice to leading European private equity firms, a role he held after serving in the European Banking Operations Office from 2003 to 2005, working with the head of banking, Bob Bradway, to restructure the banking operation after the dot-com market crash in 2000. From 1996 to 1999, Mr. Zohar was a Vice President at Lehman Brothers International, where he advised European Telecommunication companies on European wide consolidation efforts and investments. From 1991 to 1996, Mr. Zohar was an associate at Gouldens Solicitors (now Jones Day).

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