Yulia Karra
May 2

Israel Bonds recently announced it has surpassed $3 billion in global sales since the October 7 terror attacks, three times the company’s average annual sales volume in recent years. 

In the six months since October 7 more than 35 US state and municipal bodies invested a total of $1.7 billion in Israel Bonds. Florida’s Palm Beach County invested $700 million, making it the world’s largest investor in Israel Bonds. 

The first billion of the overall sum was clinched in the first 30 days following October 7. By the end of 2023, Israel Bonds reached $2.7 billion in worldwide sales. The unprecedented numbers are a result of a surge in retail, government and institutional purchases driven by the Jewish community. 

Israel Bonds President and CEO Dani Naveh called the sales numbers “a clear and powerful message” from Israel’s supporters around the world

“From the synagogue members buying bar or bat mitzvah celebration bonds to state treasurers making unprecedented purchases, Israel Bonds has seen a surge of investments across every category that we do business in,” he said. 

Israel Bonds Chairman of the Board Andrew M. Hutte added that “Every bondholder is a partner in Israel’s success, helping the Jewish state to navigate the unique challenges of this moment and write the next chapter in its remarkable story.”

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