Guernsey the preferred domicile for tech funds

Guernsey’s reputation as a home for tech-focused fund managers has been reinforced with the successful launch and final close of Telstra Ventures Fund III.
The fund has raised $350 million in commitments and aims to expand venture capital firm Telstra Ventures’ diversified portfolio of technology-focused companies, offering entrepreneurs access to revenue growth and accelerated global reach.
Carey Olsen and Langham Hall advised Telstra Ventures on the launch.

Guernsey the preferred domicile for tech funds

Guernsey’s reputation as a home for tech-focused fund managers has been reinforced with the successful launch and final close of Telstra Ventures Fund III.
The fund has raised $350 million in commitments and aims to expand venture capital firm Telstra Ventures’ diversified portfolio of technology-focused companies, offering entrepreneurs access to revenue growth and accelerated global reach.
Carey Olsen and Langham Hall advised Telstra Ventures on the launch.

Guernsey the preferred domicile for tech funds

Guernsey’s reputation as a home for tech-focused fund managers has been reinforced with the successful launch and final close of Telstra Ventures Fund III.
The fund has raised $350 million in commitments and aims to expand venture capital firm Telstra Ventures’ diversified portfolio of technology-focused companies, offering entrepreneurs access to revenue growth and accelerated global reach.
Carey Olsen and Langham Hall advised Telstra Ventures on the launch.

Guernsey the preferred domicile for tech funds

Guernsey’s reputation as a home for tech-focused fund managers has been reinforced with the successful launch and final close of Telstra Ventures Fund III.
The fund has raised $350 million in commitments and aims to expand venture capital firm Telstra Ventures’ diversified portfolio of technology-focused companies, offering entrepreneurs access to revenue growth and accelerated global reach.
Carey Olsen and Langham Hall advised Telstra Ventures on the launch.

TISE selects global and local beneficiaries of Carbon Offset sponsorship for Sustainable Finance Week

The Carbon Offset Sponsor for Guernsey Sustainable Finance Week has selected a reforestation project in Costa Rica and a local nature conservation charity as its two beneficiaries.
Through its sponsorship, The International Stock Exchange (TISE), headquartered in Guernsey, will make a monetary donation which exceeds the amount required to offset the event’s carbon footprint, including scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions.
For its international beneficiary, TISE has selected BaumInvest Mixed Reforestation in Costa Rica, which aims to reforest pasture land previously used for extensive cattle ranching in northern Costa Rica, using mixed stands of various indigenous tree species as well as teak.