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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 4: Investment Firm with Offices in USA, China, and India Invests Opportunistically in Life Sciences, with Strongest Interest in Novel Medical Devices and Cardiovascular Diseases

28 Jun

Founded in 2015, is a venture capital firm with offices in Boston, China, and India currently manages a fund with $125 million and is actively seeking investment opportunities across a wide range of industries. A significant allocation of the fund is dedicated to healthcare investments, while the rest of the fund will focus on investing in automation/robotics companies and relations to healthcare. On average, the size of investment is $2.5M. The firm seeks opportunities that provide some degree of investment loss protection through strong intellectual property. The firm can participate anywhere from Seed to Series B. The firm is willing to both lead and co-invest in companies located around the globe, with a preference in US, China, and Germany. The firm plans to make 6-8 investments per year but is flexible. The firm is actively seeking new investment opportunities.

The firm is a flexible and opportunistic investor that is currently considering Therapeutics, Medical Devices, Diagnostics, and Healthcare IT companies. The firm is open to all kinds of sectors and indications. The firm is open to novel medical devices of all FDA regulatory pathways, including 510k and PMA. The firm is strongly interested in medical devices and cardiovascular diseases. In terms of therapeutics, the firm will look at products of all stages from pre-clinical to phase III. Regarding medical devices and diagnostics, the firm will invest at any stage of development.

The firm will invest in privately held companies only. The firm has no specific requirements for the management team. The firm may take a board seat in applicable cases, but the firm prefers to have board observer rights in its portfolio company.

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Hot Investor Mandate 1: China-Based VC Firm Can Invest Up to $50M in Life Science Companies, Including Therapeutics, Medical Devices, Diagnostics, and Digital Health

14 Jun

A venture firm based in China with offices in the West and East Coast currently funds healthcare companies out of their $3.5B fund. The firm is interested in companies raising their seed to Series A rounds and provides investments that can range from $5M to $50M depending on the opportunity. The firm seeks opportunities globally, though has a preference on companies based in China.

The firm is interested in therapeutics, medical devices without drug components, in-vitro diagnostics, and healthcare IT. The firm is interested in preclinical to early-stage clinical (Ph I-II) technologies. The firm is indication agnostic, though highly prefers technology with a China market angle.

The firm does not have a management team requirement, and will help support early-stage companies with filling management teams, if necessary.

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