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.
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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
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