Guernsey firms Carey Olsen and Ipes have assisted Endeavour
Vision on the fundraising of Endeavour Medtech Growth LP, which
closed at its hard cap of €250 million having been
The fundraising makes it the largest dedicated medtech fund in
Europe and one of the largest pure medtech funds worldwide.
Advised by healthcare and technology investor Endeavour Vision
Ltd, the specialist fund is targeting European and US companies in
the medical device and digital health sectors with products that
have gained regulatory approval and are already generating
commercial traction. Endeavour Vision Ltd is an
internationally-recognised investor in the healthcare and
technology sectors. The team includes successful investment
professionals and world-class industry veterans and has executed
more than 65 investments within its areas of focus.
Bernard Vogel, Managing Partner of Endeavour Vision Ltd, adviser
to the fund, said: "The medtech sector is evolving rapidly and
presents very clear opportunities as we see life sciences and
information technology converging in an incredible fashion. This
successful fundraising is a strong endorsement of the team's
solid track record and capabilities, as well as its
The Carey Olsen team was led by Partner David Crosland and
included Senior Associates Jan Johannsson and Gemma Campbell.
Advocate Crosland said: "Fintech often grabs the headlines
but medtech is a huge and growing market that is offering exciting
opportunities for investors. We were very pleased to support
Endeavour Vision on this highly successful fundraise."
The Ipes team was led by Andrew Whittaker and James Nicolle.
Mr Whittaker said: "Endeavour's continued confidence in
Guernsey as a jurisdiction for their fund for the third time is a
positive step forward. Using the National Private Placement Regime
worked well and made their fund set up a smooth process. Ipes will
be providing Endeavour with Administration, FATCA and AIFMD
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