Hot Investor Mandate 1: Family Office Seeks 510(k) Devices and Diagnostics

3 Nov

A Family Office based in the Southeast USA makes investments via 2 venture funds and a number of private capital accounts. The firm looks to make equity investments generally in series A and B rounds of approximately $1.0 – $1.5 million in rounds totaling $3-$7 million. The firm is open to investing into companies located throughout the United States and makes approximately 2-4 new investments per year.

Within life sciences, the firm is most interested in companies in the medical device and diagnostics space. The firm is looking for companies that have a 510k regulatory pathway with at least a working prototype of the product and preferably some in-human data. The firm is generally open to all indications with particular interested in oncology, rare cancers, diabetes, neurology, ophthalmology and cardiology. The firm is especially interested in CLIA lab diagnostics, software enabled devices, molecular diagnostics for rare cancers and diseases, and algorithms that interpret genetic information and recommend treatment options. The firm is also interested in nutraceuticals, expedited drug development, HIT and business to business technology companies although these areas are less of a focus.

The firm is looking for private companies with experienced management team and looks to take a board seat following investment. The firm looks to be a hands on investor and is willing to both lead and co-invest.

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