Clave Capital moves forward. The Navarra-based alternative asset investment manager is finalizing the closing of its fund to invest in early-stage technology transfer projects in the healthcare sector for approximately €50 million, according to sources in the sector.
The vehicle received a commitment of €40 million from the Center for the Development of Industrial Technology (Cdti), through its program for the promotion of business innovation lnnvierte, after a selection process in which eleven management companies participated.
The fund aims to promote the capitalization of technology-based and innovative Spanish companies based on the knowledge generated in research and technology centers. The investment target are profitable projects in disruptive sectors such as Medtech, eHealth, and health-nutrition, among others.
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Clave Capital is backed by the Government’s Innvierte program
Clave Capital is an independent investment manager founded in 2009, based in Pamplona (Navarra), which currently has more than eighty million euros under management.
The Spanish fund manager has 16 years of experience and has more than sixty investment projects under its belt, participating and getting involved in the value-creation process of the company. Its areas of activity are tech transfer, with €47.27 million under management; growth, with €15.5 million, and energy, with €24.7 million.
Clave Capital specializes in technology transfer projects. Currently, 44% of the €47.27 million invested in this area are earmarked for health tech. The fund manager has more than fifteen investees in the healthcare sector and, in the past, invested in four other companies in the industry.
Clave Capital focuses on innovations linked to research environments and injects capital from the outset
Unlike traditional venture capital, Clave Capital’s model focuses on innovations linked to research environments and injects capital from the outset, even before the company is incorporated.
An example of a company in which Clave Capital has invested is Abanza, a company that specialized in the development of orthopedic devices in the field of traumatology and soft tissue repair.
Another example is a caps, a company that produces new encapsulation technologies for the industrial development of nanocapsules and biocapsules that improve the bioavailability of products, achieving the protection and enhancement of active ingredients, with greater efficacy and stability.
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