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RTW Venture Fund Limited

LN: RTW

Market Cap£304m

Last Close -1.43

RTWVF was launched on 30 October 2019 and is focused on identifying transformative assets with high growth potential across the biopharmaceutical and medical technology sectors. The portfolio contains private as well as publicly listed companies. RTWVF’s performance is measured against an index of small-cap biotech stocks and the NASDAQ Biotechnology Index.

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RTW Venture Fund (RTWVF) is managed by healthcare specialist RTW Investments (RTW). It has a lifecycle approach to investment, from business formations through to listed biotech and medtech companies. The biotech sector has been under significant pressure since February 2021; small-cap names in particular have sold off, which RTW’s founding partner Dr Roderick Wong believes is providing ‘exciting’ opportunities for RTWVF in 2022. Seeking to take advantage of investing across the globe, rather than being US-centric, RTW is in the process of opening up two regional offices: one in London and one in Shanghai. Since the fund’s inception in October 2019, it has outperformed both its small- and large-cap biotech index benchmarks.

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RTW Venture Fund – Sector drawdown providing exciting opportunities
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