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Anti-Fraud Startup Riskified Is Said to Seek $200 Million in Funding

  • Company counts clients including Samsung, Swarovski
  • Tel Aviv-based firm considering IPO by end of next year
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Riskified, an Israeli startup that provides anti-fraud services for online transactions, is seeking to raise as much as $200 million, according to people familiar with the company’s plans.

The new funds would be used to finance the expansion of the Tel Aviv-based financial technology firm, the people said, who asked for anonymity as the matter is private. At the same time, Riskified is said to consider an initial public offering, possibly by next year, one of the people said.