TLcom currently manages total commitments in excess of €200 million via a series of dedicated investment vehicles, including two primary funds and other technology portfolios acquired on the secondary market.

Primary Investments
Since its inception TLcom has managed primary funds, backing several ICT companies in early to growth stages in Europe, Israel and Sub Saharan Africa.
Our investment strategy is to identify, back and assist high quality entrepreneurs and management teams with disruptive technologies and business models, compelling intellectual property and deep market knowledge targeting truly global markets.
We primarily target companies in the following industry segments: mobile; digital media; internet protocol (IP) technologies and services; broadband based network architecture and service platforms; semiconductors and materials; and web based applications, services and technologies.
We syndicate with leading venture capitalists in early and expansion stage capital rounds. As an active value-added investor, we typically lead or co-lead in the financing round. This enables our team to exert a direct and tangible influence on value generation through board participation, and by supporting entrepreneurs in the formulation and execution of their business strategy.

Secondary Investments
TLcom provides customized liquidity solutions to existing investors to optimise the value of single assets or entire portfolios of ICT companies. We guarantee the seller’s objectives on fair pricing, confidentiality and creative deal structuring. We have established relationships with investors to facilitate transactions in a broad pricing range. Our direct secondary transactions typically maintain significant reserves of fresh capital to support the development and growth of portfolio companies.
TLcom’s past portfolio secondary transactions include the acquisition of Euroqube, a portfolio of technology companies in the US and Europe; EonTech, a portfolio of European technology companies; and management of a significant shareholding in a US-based technology portfolio.