Hot Investor Mandate 3: Global Medical Device Company Makes Strategic Medtech Investments in the Cardiovascular and Neurostimulation Space

14 Dec

A Europe-based, global medical technology company formed by two medical device groups is actively seeking medical device investment opportunities. The firm typically invests early on in the development (series A or B) stage. The firm seeks to invest in the range of $1M-15M per company, though would pursue larger ($100M and up) deals if there were a strong rationale that would make the company an ideal, revenue-generating fit to the portfolio. The firm seeks to make 1-2 larger deals and 3-4 smaller ones within the next year and seeks investments globally.

The firm’s key focus areas are (1) neuromodulation (devices for epilepsy, obstructive sleep apnea, etc.), (2) cardiac surgery (heart valves, perfusion products), and (3) structural heart (transcatheter products for mitral, aortic, tricuspid repair and replacement). The call points that the firm targets are neurologists, ENTs; cardiac surgeons, cardiologists, and perfusionists.

The firm is not currently focused on therapeutics or lab equipment technology, though may be open to those used to assist procedures in the cardiovascular/neurostimulation space. The firm looks at both PMA and 510K devices, as it traditionally invests in PMA devices, and is now gaining an increasing interest in 510K devices.

The firm prefers experienced management teams, and may take a board or observer seat after an investment.

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