October 19 2014 | Israeli-based venture capital firm Vintage Investment Partners announced that it closed Vintage Investments VII, raising $144 million in funds. While previously focusing on investments within Israel, Vintage is set to turn its attention to Series A investments in the United States and Europe, while continuing its activities in Israel. In the past, Vintage invested in Wilocity, a chip manufacturer that sold to Qualcomm in July, as well as international payments company BorderFree and content recommendation platform Outbrain. According to the “Wall Street Journal,” the current funding round was secured mainly from U.S., Canadian and Israeli donors and investors. Vintage Investment Partners was founded by Managing Partner Alan Feld and is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.