Hot Investor Mandate: Corporate Venture Arm of a Large Holding Company Invests in Novel Therapeutics and Medtech Technologies in CNS, Autoimmune Diseases, and More

5 Jan

A corporate venture arm of a holding company seeks to foster innovation across the group by investing in and partnering with strategic startups. In principle, the corporate venture capital arm is open to global opportunities and is geography and stage agnostic, but has specific preferences depending on the technology sector.

Healthcare/Medical is one of the major focus areas of the group. The firm is interested in therapeutics solutions such as solutions beyond the pill (digital therapeutics) and around the pill (delivery systems etc). Therapeutics areas of interest are CNS, Autoimmune diseases, metabolic diseases, regenerative medicine, Aging related solutions and Vaccines. Corporate venture capital arm is also interested in diagnostics solutions based on genomics, metagenomics, metabolomics, healthcare ICT (biosensors etc), and medical big data.  Furthermore, medical devices for wound care, bone cement and hospital related infection treatment is also is an area of interest and is open to all classes of medical devices including 510k and PMA.

The corporate venture capital arm of MCG has a close, collaborative relationship with other branches within the group and can also present opportunities to the pharma branch, CRO, CDMO branches as appropriate.

The firm is a flexible investor. For medical device & digital therapeutics opportunities, the group does prefer technologies with strong promise in the US market. The venture group has a close relationship with all other business operations within the holding company and can actively support companies by leveraging these relationships.
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