Home | Events | Life Sciences Part 1

Life Sciences Part 1

4 March 2022
Member events

“Keeping the lights on - how do you raise money from UK and international investors to sustain your next phase of growth?”

Date
4 March 2022
Time
12:30 – 13:30
Venue
Zoom webinar
View the map
Price
Free to attend! Registration will be handled directly by Freeths and thus will be handling your data!

DKUK member Freeths in collaboration with The London Stock Exchange plc, Grant Thornton, and SP Angel have launched a Life Sciences Growth Hub to help businesses operating in the Life Sciences Sector to drive growth and innovation through rapidly changing market conditions.

The Hub provides the Life Sciences businesses with support, guidance and advice on legal, business, auditing, and investment challenges.

With Investors flocking to the Life Sciences Sector, Freeths would like to invite you to attend our two-part panel series on funding and investment.

Part 1: “Keeping the lights on – how do you raise money from UK and international investors to sustain your next phase of growth?”.
Part 2: “Dispelling the myths around listing your business” takes place 18th March. See events diary to register for that too!

The coronavirus pandemic has galvanised interest in the Life Sciences sector among investors. The UK Bioindustry Association, BIA, recently published a report on UK Biotech Financing for 2021, which shows that a record £4.5 bn was invested into UK life sciences companies in 2021.

During this session Freeth’s team of sector experts will cover the funding journey:

  • Private equity capital v debt-based private capital
  • Tips for acquiring private capital
  • Monetising your intellectual property
  • Preparing for funding

Speakers:

  • Claus Andersen – Funding/Investment Partner, Corporate – Freeths
  • Iona Silverman – Intellectual Property Partner – Freeths
  • Peter Jennings – Partner, Corporate Finance – Healthcare & Thames Valley – Grant Thornton
  • Jesper Ronald Petersen – Investor

Please submit any questions ones you have registed in the comment box on the registration page.

Note!!

Registration will be handled directly by Freeths and thus will be handling your data.


This event is organised by fellow member Freeths and open to attend