Maestro Capital is a management company investing in disruptive and high-value IT and Telecom projects. Maestro Capital specialises in developing telecom and IT projects, with special focus on fibre deployments, mobile services and advanced corporate connectivity projects. Maestro Capital is one of the investment companies with more potential in the UK scene. Maestro Capital is based in London and has a wide network of partners that capture any funding or business opportunity.
Managed by a highly experienced, passionate group of individuals, Maestro Capital helps entrepreneurs and companies at any stage of their new project, from the business conception to its implementation and exit.
areas of investment
Our C-level team has +15 year experience in financing an developing telecom and IT projects.
Banker. Wealth management +25 years' experience in the wealth and financial sector C-level and board member of multiple financial institutions
A feud between Telstra and local councils over new, nearly 3m tall phone booths is set to head to the federal court on Wednesday. Telstra is attempting to renovate 1,860 payphones and install large LCD advertising screens, wifi, phone charging ports and other features. But now the City of Sydney, City of Melbourne and City […]
Millions of Three UK mobile phone network customers were unable to use their phones after a network meltdown. The company, which has 10 million users in the UK, said the the problem started on Wednesday night and service had started to be returned to some customers on Thursday. The network advised customers to switch their […]
The Telstra chairman, John Mullen, has taken a swipe at critics of executive pay by saying that while teenage Fortnite players can earn millions, someone who is well rewarded for devoting their life to a career in business is derided as “morally wrong”. Speaking at the telco’s annual general meeting in Sydney on Tuesday, Mullen […]
The Telstra chair, John Mullen, has admitted the company must accept part of the blame for the NBN due to its “recalcitrance” in helping the then Labor government’s NBN policy a decade ago. Mullen told shareholders at the company’s annual general meeting in Melbourne on Tuesday he believes Australia would have access to better broadband […]