Former American Express CEO Harvey Golub Backs Banking Software Startup TradAir
Israel-linked TradAir develops and provides foreign currency and crypto trading software to banks and financial institutions
Harvey Golub, the former CEO and chairman of American Express, has backed Israel-linked banking software startup TradAir Ltd., the company announced Sunday. Golub led the company’s $11 million series D round together with venture capital firm GF Investments. Israel-based early-stage venture fund Viola Ventures also participated in the round.
Founded in 2010 by Israeli entrepreneurs Avi Zeevi and Eyal Kishon and based in London, TradAir develops and provides foreign currency and crypto-trading software to banks and financial institutions. The company raised $35 million to date.
Harvey Golub. Photo: Bloomberg