TritonLake aims to raise €221m with partnerships in new markets

The Dublin-based investment fund hopes to build out markets in London, Luxembourg, Toronto and Singapore

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
5th December, 2021
TritonLake aims to raise €221m with partnerships in new markets
Conor Smyth, chief executive, TritonLake: ‘Most of what we do will go into emerging venture growth funds’

TritonLake, a Dublin-based investment fund, expects to raise $250 million (€221 million) in 2022 after raising just under $100 million (€88 million) this year.

The business is projecting the growth based on growing partnerships beyond its core market of the United States. The company currently has ten staff and plans to double in size over the next year.

“A key focus next year is building out our investor network. We started in the US and that’s our captive...

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