We compiled a list of private equity investors who use healthcare-related terms in their online content using our large database and keyword crawler. This list, which is easily accessible in Excel format, is an excellent way to contact the most important software investors.
France has long been considered a healthcare powerhouse, with excellent medical institutions, cutting-edge research, and highly skilled healthcare professionals.
In this article, we are introducing three interesting healthcare-focused private equity funds from our keyword crawler-based healthcare private equity investors list.
1. Eurazeo (Paris)
Considered one of Europe’s leading private equity companies (35.2 Billion € AuM), Eurazeo operates in various sectors investing in current top performers, the unicorns, and leaders of tomorrow. In 2021, the French Insurance Federation tasked Eurazeo with managing Nov Santé, a new healthcare fund with the mission of strengthening the French healthcare sector. This fund, worth 420 Million €, was established in the aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis.
2. Turenne Groupe (Paris)
Turenne Groupe is a Paris-based private equity firm founded in 1999. Turenne Group provides equity financing to companies, start-ups, SMEs, and medium-sized enterprises at various stages of development throughout France. Healthcare is one of the core sectors the company operates in. In numbers: More than 300 Million € of their total of 1.6 Billion € assets under management are invested in businesses belonging to the field of healthcare.
3. Essling Capital (Paris)
The investment company Essling Capital is a 100% partner-owned business. As part of its strategy, Essling invests in unlisted transactions in Europe and North America. The sector healthcare plays a significant role in the investments of the company, such as in 2019 when Essling Expansion acquired a stake in Evolucare. In the last four years, Evolucare Group has made seven acquisitions in France and Europe to expand its offering in electronic patient records, medico-social care, critical care, and imaging.
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