Hot Investor Mandate: USA-Based Investment Firm Invests in Global Therapeutics and Medical Device Technologies that Address Unmet Medical Needs

30 Aug

A venture capital firm based in the USA manages 5 funds for with its most recently fund having had its first close in 2017. The firm looks to provide up to $3-4 million of preferred equity capital in the initial round and up to $6 million over the life of the investment. The firm is very flexible in terms of period to exit but generally looks to exit in around 5 years. The firm will consider companies globally.

The firm is currently looking for companies developing Therapeutics and Medical Technology. Within therapeutics which is the firms primary focus, companies with an asset anywhere from preclinical with positive animal data to Phase II will be considered. The firm is generally open to all technology types and indications with the exception of wound care and psychiatry. Within devices, the firm is currently looking for market approved product with early revenue; however, devices are not an investment priority at present. The firm is looking for companies targeting true un-met medical needs where either no treatment currently exists or the existing standard of care is wrought with side-effects and other impediments to quality care.

The firm does not have any specific requirement for a firm’s management team although they are an active investor looking to take a seat on the company’s board. The firm -generally tends to lead or co-lead investments into selected companies.

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