Hot Longevity Mandate: Midwest Based Corporate Venture Fund

9 Nov

The firm is the corporate venture arm of an insurance company and is based in the Midwest. The firm was founded in 2016 and since then has made 30 investments. One of the firm’s main focus areas is in the longevity space as well as long term care. Within this space, the firm is open to all four sectors. The firm currently has a $350M fund and focuses mainly on Series A and B rounds in the form of equity, but will occasionally look at Seed rounds or late-stage rounds as well on a case by case basis. The firm is open to global opportunities, with a focus in US and Israeli markets.

The firm focuses on longevity investments and are open to all four life science sectors within that space. The firm looks for companies that have healthcare platforms that relate to monitoring and managing chronic conditions, as well as long term care and care coordination platforms. The firm is also interested in fintech companies focused on the retirement space as well as health data companies where the firm can find sources of data for life insurance and underwriting services. The firm will invest in all 3 classes of medical devices. The firm is not interested in biomedical companies and they do not invest in pre-clinical or pre-prototype companies.

The firm is open to all types of management teams from any type of background. The firm does not lead investments and prefers to co-invest

If you are interested in more information about this investor and other investors tracked by LSN, please email RESI@lifesciencenation.com.

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