Friday September 25, 2020

Hibernia Capital Partners’ closing sale

Exactly eight years after it was founded, Dublin venture capital firm Hibernia Capital Partners is closing after the sale of its final investment.

15th April, 2006

Exactly eight years after it was founded, Dublin venture capital firm Hibernia Capital Partners is closing after the sale of its final investment.

The €77 million fund was set up in 1998 by Shane Reihill, whose family owns the Tedcastles oil distribution business.

Reihill split from the family business in the late 1990s to run Hibernia and another venture firm, Trinity Venture Capital.

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