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Hot Investor Mandate: Singapore-Based PE Firm Invests Up to $20M in All Areas of Life Sciences with Potential for Global Growth, Open to Any Stage of Development

12 Jul

A private equity and corporate finance advisory firm is headquartered in Singapore with a global presence. The firm makes global investments into life science and healthcare companies as well as services related to healthcare. The firm acts as a lead investor and utilizes their network to seek out other co-investors. Typical deal size is $0.5m to $20m. The firm will occasionally seek distribution rights for international investments.

The firm is interested in therapeutics, medical devices, diagnostics, healthcare IT, healthcare services, biotech, R&D services and suppliers and engineering companies. The firm is both stage and indication agnostic and has no revenue requirement. The firm has no flexible investment criteria but the East West Axis is very important as the firm is not interested in companies that are restricted to one country. The firm looks for companies with a multinational, global component.

The firm is flexible with their management team requirements. The firm is open to bringing in their own talent to assist with management and have supported scientists in becoming successful entrepreneurs. The firm is a value-added investor driven by opportunity. The firm takes a board seat when making investments.

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Hot Investor Mandate: Hong Kong PE Firm Seeks to Invest Up to $10 M in Clinically Validated Medical Device and Diagnostics Products with China Angle

12 Jul

A PE firm that is headquartered in Hong Kong with additional offices throughout China currently manages over US$4 billion in assets and invests across several industry sectors including healthcare. The firm is interested in pre-growth and growth stage companies. Typical investment size ranges from US$5-10 million in Series A rounds. The firm seeks to lead but is open to syndicating with co-investors. The firm is now looking for opportunities in China, the US, and Canada.

Within healthcare, the firm focuses on medical devices and diagnostic technologies that have a China angle. The firm prefers products that have achieved clinical validation with proven advantages. The firm is also interested in clinical-stage biopharmaceutical opportunities as well as health information technology. The firm is opportunistic in terms of indication areas but is less interested in orphan diseases.

The firm is looking for experienced management teams with track record of success. The firm typically requests board representation in its portfolio companies.

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Hot Investor Mandate: Newly Established VC Fund Invests in Innovative Digital Health and Medtech/Diagnostics Technologies with Software Components

12 Jul

A new venture fund started investing in pre-seed, seed and Series A rounds. The firm’s main investment areas are in companies that advance and improve human health through novel models of care delivery and in companies that are at the cutting-edge of frontier technology, such as neurotech, brain/machine interfaces, genomics and AI. The firm will consider digital health companies as well as diagnostics and medical device companies, as long as they have a software component. The firm will only invest in companies with disruptive technology, not incremental innovations. The firm will invest between $.1-1.5M in the initial investment, with the possibility of participating in following rounds. The firm is willing to lead or co-invest, has made 7 investments to date and is looking to invest in 4-6 companies a year.

The firm will consider digital health companies that are focused on improving patient care. Ideally, companies will already have a pilot with some outcomes-based data indicating traction. The firm is also interested in medical device companies, but will only invest if there is a significant software and/or radical innovation component. The firm will also consider diagnostics, such as genomics-based technologies, but not in vitro diagnostics. The firm will not invest in traditional therapeutics (i.e. small molecule or biologics) companies but will consider software-as-medicine and bioelectronic medicine.

Due to the firm’s preference for cutting-edge technology, the firm prefers that there be at least one technical expert in the company leadership. If acting as a lead investor, the firm will take a board or board observer seat. The firm prefers to be an active investor, providing multi-faceted support to portfolio companies.

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