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Tesi is a venture capital and private equity company that accelerates companies’ success stories by investing in them, both directly and via funds.

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News

28.11.2019

Endev receives EUR 4.3 million in financing for scaling up wastewater sludge solution

Endev, a Finnish company extracting energy and nutrients from wastewater sludge, has raised EUR 4.3 million and is scaling up its technology to full industrial production. State-owned Tesi will co-invest in the company along with Sinituote Ltd, Tejus...

15.11.2019

Earlier success fuels oversubscription: Lifeline Ventures raises EUR 130 million for a new fund

Venture capital firm Lifeline Ventures has raised EUR 130 million for a new fund, an amount that sets a new record for fundraising in Finland. The company invests in Finnish technology companies in all their development stages: from first-round inves...

14.11.2019

DevCo Partners strengthens its investor base by raising €180m of long-term commitments for its next platform investment

DevCo Partners has raised €180m of long-term capital for its next investment platform. DevCo aims to create global success stories by focusing on a limited number of carefully selected companies, hands-on involvement in company development, and a lon...

9.10.2019

Tesi to strengthen Fira’s power to change

Finnish Industry Investment Ltd (Tesi) invests in Fira to help to modernise the construction sector into solutions that serve people and the environment. Fira’s goal is to increase its impact and, together with its customers and partnership network,...

27.9.2019

Tesi’s Interim Review 1.1.−30.6.2019

Tesi made new investments and investment commitments amounting to €76m during the review period.