Hot Life Science Investor Mandate 1: Family Office Seeking Early Stage Oncology Opportunities

18 Jun

A specialist investor that is funded by private capital was founded in 2011 and has operations in Luxembourg, Belgium and USA. The firm exclusively focuses on investments in early-stage drug development companies targeting cancer therapies. The firm is most interested in companies from late seed stage to series A. The investment size will vary, and it can range from a few hundred thousand dollars up to a couple of million dollars. The firm may make 3-4 investments in the next year, depending on the opportunity. The firm has no geographic restriction and is actively seeking new investment opportunities across the globe.

In the life sciences, the firm is currently looking for new investments targeting the development of oncology therapies. The firm will not invest in medical device or diagnostics. The firm typically invests in companies with solid preclinical proof of concept (late preclinical stage/ pre-IND), and it will fund the companies at least up to human proof of concept (clinical phase Ib/ phase IIa). The firm prefers to invest in companies with small pipeline and a clear regulatory pathway. Historically, the firm was active in companies targeting immune therapy and tumor cell metabolism within the oncology field.

The firm primarily invests in private companies with experienced management team and breakthrough potential. The firm looks to be a lead investor and may take a board seat.

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