Hot Life Science Investor Mandate 3: New VC Fund Seeking Life Science Opportunities in US and Asia

31 Jul

A VC fund with offices in the US and Asia manages roughly $70 million that it is actively seeking to invest. The initial investment size is highly variable though the firm is looking to provide up to $10+ million over the lifetime of the investment. The firm generally provides capital in the form of equity though they also have experience in working with convertible notes. The firm is interested in companies located either in the US or Asia. The firm’s primary focus is on private companies while public investments are also made selectively.

The fund is currently interested in companies developing Therapeutics, Diagnostics, Medical Devices, Healthcare IT, and R&D Services Companies. The firm is entirely opportunistic in terms of subsector and indication. In terms of phase of development, the firm is looking for companies with lead assets in the preclinical stage to companies that already have products on the market. The firm will consider companies in various stages on a case by case basis including seed financing.

The fund views the management team as one of the most important variables in selecting a potential investment. The firm looks for highly experienced and trustworthy management teams. The firm is highly interested in US based companies that are looking to expand into Asian markets or vice versa as member of the fund can add much value in these situations with their vast Asian network. However this US-Asia business development angle is not a criteria or requirement for the firm’s investment.

If you are interested in more information about this investor and other investors tracked by LSN, please email mandates@lifesciencenation.com

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