This post is the straight result of our private equity investor database research. Using our global database and keyword crawler, we compiled a list of private equity investors who employ healthcare-related terms on their websites. This list, which is available in Microsoft Excel format, is a terrific resource for reaching out to the industry’s most prominent investors.
Denmark will leverage stronger-than-expected economic growth to fund an additional 5 billion Danish crowns in healthcare spending per year.
In this article, we are introducing three interesting healthcare-focused private equity funds from our keyword crawler-based healthcare private equity investors list.
1. Executive Capital (Copenhagen)
Since its founding in 2007, the intention of the investments of Executive Capital was to support Danish SMEs. Denmark is the primary geographical concentration of Executive Capital the private equity firm only invests in companies in foreign countries under exceptional conditions. Regarding the healthcare area, Executive Capital supports for example Transmedica, a professional healthcare firm that provides a wide range of services to the Scandinavian healthcare sectors.
2. CataCap (Copenhagen)
The Copenhagen-based private equity firm CataCap was founded in 2012. The firm invests in companies with an enterprise value in the range of up to 1.5 Billion DKK and revenue between 200-1000 Million DKK. Currently, the investment firm has a large variety of Danish and international companies in its portfolio. Focusing on the healthcare sector, since 2020 CataCap supported the Danish business Luxplus, an online membership club selling beauty, health, and personal care products across several European markets.
3. Nordic Secondary Fund (Copenhagen)
Nordic Secondary Fund is the first and only fund in the Nordic region to focus solely on secondaries. The company aims to invest in which they see a 2x-5x upside and an exit within 5 years. The portfolio of the firm is predominantly based on Nordic and Baltic companies. Recently in 2023, the company invested in Kilo Health. Kilo Health is one of the world’s leading digital health and wellness organizations, enticing talent to join its quickly expanding staff while also co-founding and driving start-ups in the rapidly developing digital health industry.
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