Hot Investor Mandate: Investment Firm Representing High Net Worth Family Office Invests Broadly Across Therapeutics, Devices, and Diagnostics in USA and Europe

2 Jan

An investment firm that represents a high net worth family office has offices in Western Europe. The firm makes equity investments in life science companies, typically at the Series B stage or later; the firm allocates a total of EUR 3-10 million over the life of an investment. The firm invests in Europe and the US.

In the life science sector, the firm invests in medical applications (therapeutics, diagnostics, and medical devices), life science services and tools, and agtech / food tech. For therapeutics companies, the firm only invests in companies with assets that have obtained data from in-human clinical trials (at minimum, human safety data is required). For medtech or diagnostic companies, the product must be no more than 1 year from commercialization. The firm invests broadly in the life science field, but has a specific interest in technologies at the intersection between the healthcare and food industries, including nutraceuticals and the microbiome.

The firm is a hands-on investor that prefers to take a board seat and work closely with management, and therefore prefers to invest in companies located close to their offices. The firm prefers to invest as part of a strong syndicate that includes experienced investors with whom the firm has pre-existing connections.

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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