Dutch bank ABN Amro has frozen its investment activity in Israel because of the security situation, Ma'ariv reports.

ABN Amro, considered to be the sixth biggest bank in the world, had canceled a visit by senior staffers scheduled for the end of October.

On the other hand, Ma'ariv reports, Deutsche Telekom has revived its search for investment opportunities among Israel's companies. It has sent a permanent representative to Israel, who is holding meetings with Israeli startups.