Hot Investor Mandate: USA-Based Single Family Office Invests Broadly Across All Healthcare Sectors, with Strongest Interest in Private Biotech Companies

13 Sep

A single family office based in the USA with a team of particularly strong expertise in building and growing biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies invests broadly in healthcare and is open to companies of all stages. The size of investment can largely vary depending on the stage of the company. The firm has invested mainly in USA-based companies but is open to global opportunities.

The firm has a broad interest in healthcare and is most interested in private biotech companies, with a few investments in medical device companies as well. Within therapeutics, the firm’s sweet spot is from pre-clinical to late-stage II, with particular interest in assets with accelerated or de-risked regulatory pathways. The firm is interested in all indications, including oncology and immunotherapies. The firm also considers gene therapy as an area of high interest. In terms of medical devices, the firm is most interested in minimally invasive devices and is open to 510k and PMA regulatory pathways.

The firm seeks to work with experienced management teams with strong scientific expertise. Another important consideration is other investors that have participated in the financing. The firm invests in both public and private companies and will most likely seek board representation.

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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