Deadline for Submission
Israel Innovation Authority
This is a call by the Israel Securities Authority (hereinafter: "ISA") and Innovation Authority, to submit applications for a pilot program for Israeli technology companies. Assistance will include access to public MAGNA (Electronic Public Disclosure System) reports' database of the ISA and to the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange trading database (hereinafter: "the Exchange"). The program will also include professional guidance from the ISA's staff, as well as financial support. Submission through Benefit Track # 2 (sub track 11).
The pilot is designed to help the company grow and enable significant progress in product readiness for commercialization and market penetration.
- Support the growth of Israeli technology companies.
- Streamlining ISA's and its supervised entities activity.
- Positioning the State of Israel and local markets as innovative in examining and implementing cutting edge technologies and strengthening the relationship between the ISA and the high-tech sector.
During the Pilot Run in the ISA or its supervised entities, the companies will benefit from:
- Ability to test their products.
- Data Access –
- Historical database of public MAGNA reports with Meta data. Reports in HTML, XML, PDF (if available), XBRL (for the financial statements);
- Stock exchange's historical trading data in an API interface or otherwise - subject to coordination with the stock exchange;
- Supervised entities data - subject to the consent of the regulated entity and the submission of an LOI to carry out the pilot with it.
- Ability to run algorithms and adapt technologies and products.
- Assistance and guidance of the ISA's staff to fit the product for similar clients.
- Demo the product to target audiences in a real-world environment.
- Financial support for product and technology customization and demonstration of their implementation (Pilot Demonstration).
- Exposing the product to the world's leading securities authorities - including through GFIN's activities.
- Improve the efficiency of supervision and regulation by the Israel Securities Authority.
- Protect the infrastructure and information systems of supervised entities.
- Improve the efficiency of the capital markets and financial services in Israel.
- Data and services accessibility to the public.