Roni Biram Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Angel

  • Investments
  • 1

  • Exits
  • 1


Roni Biram General Information


Mr. Roni Biram is a Co-Founder and serves as Chairman at Keystone REIT. Founding partner of Excellence Nessuah Investment House, with an extensive track record of establishing and managing businesses in various fields, including finance, real estate, debt, energy and infrastructure. Roni is also the founding partner of Brosh Capital, Shaked Capital and Bareket Capital, director and controlling shareholder in Kardan Israel and owner of additional businesses in the fields of finance and real estate in Israel and abroad. Graduated the Technion with a bachelor's degree in computer engineering and the University of North Carolina with a master's degree in economics and management.

Contact Information

Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)
Primary Office
  • Ariel Sharon 4
  • 37th Floor, HaShahar Tower
  • Givatayim 5170122
  • Israel
+972 00-000-0000

Roni Biram Investments (1)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
000000 01-Jul-2005 00000 00000 000 Network Management Software Generating Revenue 0000 00000
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Roni Biram Exits (1)

Company Name Exit Date Exit Type Exit Size
000000 12-Oct-2006 000000000000000000 000.00
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Roni Biram Team (1)

Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office
Roni Biram Angel Investor 0 0 Givatayim, Israel
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