Mr. David Bateman

David Bateman has been with ETV since 2002, having previously spent 7 years doing merger and acquisition and financing transactions at Broadview International. He studied at Trinity College Dublin and EAP European School of Management (Paris – Oxford - Berlin). ETV’s Investment Focus: Founded in 2000, ETV has funded over € 60 million of venture loans to VC-backed companies in the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Switzerland and the Nordic region. ETV is used by venture capital investors in IT and life sciences to manage the cost of capital of their investee companies and extend cash runway.

Sectors of Personal Expertise: ICT / Software & IT Services / Life Sciences / Energy, Clean Technology, Environment / Medtech

merger and acquisition / investment focus/financing

  Harbert European Growth Capital
London, United Kingdom

Harbert European Growth Capital invests in high growth European companies across a range of Life Sciences and Technology sectors.

Harbert European Growth Capital ("HEGC") is a trusted investment partner to 45 entrepreneurial technology and life sciences businesses in Europe. Examples of companies previously supported by HEGC include Unruly Media (sold to News Corporation) and MyOptique (sold to Essilor) and HEGC continues to seek active debt investment opportunities in private and public markets in the €1-20M range. HEGC is an investment strategy backed by institutional investors and cornerstone sponsor Harbert Management Corporation ("HMC"). HMC is an alternative asset management firm with $4.5B in regulatory assets under management as at 31 December 2016 across real estate, private capital and hedge fund investment strategies.

Tags:  / investments  /  secured loans /  bridge loans

 Organisation Activities
Activity: an investor or lender > venture capital / private equity fund manager / an investor or lender > venture capital / private equity fund manager > private equity / later-stage
Technology Sectors: ict / life sciences / medtech / energy, clean technology, environment / energy-efficiency / digital health
Geographic: europe / united kingdom