Equity Funds

  • Kernel

    MedTech Accelerator Fund

    The Medical Technology sector is now one of the top performing sectors in the Irish economy. At Bank of Ireland we understand the financial challenges that developing Med Tech companies can face. That’s why we’ve established the €10m MedTech Accelerator Fund as part of the Seed and Early Stage Equity Fund, which is managed by Kernel Capital on behalf of Bank of Ireland.

    Who is eligible?

    Bank of Ireland’s €10m MedTech Accelerator Fund is Ireland’s first Seed Fund to focus exclusively on the indigenous Medical Technology sector. With investments ranging from €100,000 to €500,000, the Fund is focused on export orientated high potential start-up Life Sciences companies that operate in one of the following sectors:

    • Medical Devices
    • Diagnostics
    • Medical / Laboratory

    So, if you’re looking to expand or develop your business activities, want to introduce innovations or new technologies into your company, or are seeking to fund R&D or acquire a new technology and have the potential to export, then this fund could be the financial support you’re looking for*.

    How do I apply?

    Our MedTech Accelerator Fund will be managed on behalf of Bank of Ireland by Kernel Capital who have been appointed Investment Managers. If you would like to know more about the Fund and how to apply, then please visit the Kernel Capital website at www.kernelcapital.ie, contact:

    Orla Rimmington
    Partner
    Kernel Capital
    Rubicon Centre, Rossa Avenue
    Bishopstown, Cork
    Tel: +353 (0)21 4928974
    Fax: +353 (0)21 4928977
    Email: boi_seedfund@kernelcapital.ie
    Web: http://www.kernel-capital.com/alliances/index.html

    Please note: This product is not regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

    *Investments will only be made in entities carrying on business in the Republic of Ireland that have potential to export. Investments will not be made if the proceeds of the investment would be used to re-finance existing debts of the business. Lending criteria, terms and conditions apply.
    Kernel
  • Delta

    Start-Up and Emerging Sector Fund

    Starting a business is never easy. At Bank of Ireland, we’ve come up with a plan to help you bring your business to the next level. The Start-Up and Emerging Sectors Equity Fund has been created for innovative and energetic young enterprises. Managed by Delta Partners on behalf of Bank of Ireland, our €17m fund has been created to support Irish start-up or early stage businesses.

    What type of Business qualifies?

    The Start-Up and Emerging Sectors Equity Fund intends to make investments of between €100,000 and €500,000 to high potential start-up companies that have an innovative idea. You should also have the potential to export, and be operating in one of the following sectors: greentech/cleantech, life sciences, medical devices, ICT, software, internet, emerging technologies, R&D and trading companies.

    Getting the right investment at the right time will be crucial for your business. And this fund could be the financial support you’re looking for*.

    *Investments will only be made in entities carrying on business in the Republic of Ireland that have potential to export. Investments will not be made if the proceeds of the investment would be used to re-finance existing debts of the business.

    How do I apply?

    The Start-Up and Emerging Sectors Equity Fund is being managed on behalf of Bank of Ireland by Delta Partners who have been appointed Investment Managers. If you would like to know more about the fund and how to apply, then please visit the Delta Partners website at www.deltapartners.com.

    Contact:

    Delta Partners
    Media House
    South County Business Park
    Leopardstown
    Dublin 18

    Tel: +353 (0)1 2940870
    Fax: +353 (0)1 2940877
    Email: seedfund@deltapartners.com

    Please note: This product is not regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

    IPAD
  • BDO

    BDO Development Capital fund

    The BDO Development Capital Fund, is a €75m fund to which Bank of Ireland has committed €20m in equity funding. This is the first time a fund of this type has tapped the Irish corporate market and this is a key distinguishing feature among other investment funds currently available to mid-sized companies.

    Who is Eligible?

    The fund’s objective is to support high growth, export-orientated mid-sized commpanies across a broad range of sectors including food and agriculture, technology, healthcare, life sciences, cleantech, manufacturing and services.

    How to apply.

    Development Capital (a 100% subsidiary of BDO) manages the fund on behalf of Bank of Ireland and other investors, including Enterprise Ireland and several Irish corporates.

    If you would like to know more about the fund and how to apply please contact:

    Sinéad Heaney
    Email: s.heaney@developmentcapital.ie
    Call: +353-1-4700475
    Email: info@developmentcapital.ie
    5th Floor, Beaux Lane House, Mercer Street Lower,Dublin 2

    Please note: This product is not regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

    BDO

MedTech Accelerator Fund

The Medical Technology sector is now one of the top performing sectors in the Irish economy. At Bank of Ireland we understand the financial challenges that developing Med Tech companies can face. That’s why we’ve established the €10m MedTech Accelerator Fund as part of the Seed and Early Stage Equity Fund, which is managed by Kernel Capital on behalf of Bank of Ireland.

Who is eligible?

Bank of Ireland’s €10m MedTech Accelerator Fund is Ireland’s first Seed Fund to focus exclusively on the indigenous Medical Technology sector. With investments ranging from €100,000 to €500,000, the Fund is focused on export orientated high potential start-up Life Sciences companies that operate in one of the following sectors:

  • Medical Devices
  • Diagnostics
  • Medical / Laboratory

So, if you’re looking to expand or develop your business activities, want to introduce innovations or new technologies into your company, or are seeking to fund R&D or acquire a new technology and have the potential to export, then this fund could be the financial support you’re looking for*.

How do I apply?

Our MedTech Accelerator Fund will be managed on behalf of Bank of Ireland by Kernel Capital who have been appointed Investment Managers. If you would like to know more about the Fund and how to apply, then please visit the Kernel Capital website at www.kernelcapital.ie, contact:

Orla Rimmington
Partner
Kernel Capital
Rubicon Centre, Rossa Avenue
Bishopstown, Cork
Tel: +353 (0)21 4928974
Fax: +353 (0)21 4928977
Email: boi_seedfund@kernelcapital.ie
Web: http://www.kernel-capital.com/alliances/index.html

Please note: This product is not regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

*Investments will only be made in entities carrying on business in the Republic of Ireland that have potential to export. Investments will not be made if the proceeds of the investment would be used to re-finance existing debts of the business. Lending criteria, terms and conditions apply.
Kernel

Start-Up and Emerging Sector Fund

Starting a business is never easy. At Bank of Ireland, we’ve come up with a plan to help you bring your business to the next level. The Start-Up and Emerging Sectors Equity Fund has been created for innovative and energetic young enterprises. Managed by Delta Partners on behalf of Bank of Ireland, our €17m fund has been created to support Irish start-up or early stage businesses.

What type of Business qualifies?

The Start-Up and Emerging Sectors Equity Fund intends to make investments of between €100,000 and €500,000 to high potential start-up companies that have an innovative idea. You should also have the potential to export, and be operating in one of the following sectors: greentech/cleantech, life sciences, medical devices, ICT, software, internet, emerging technologies, R&D and trading companies.

Getting the right investment at the right time will be crucial for your business. And this fund could be the financial support you’re looking for*.

*Investments will only be made in entities carrying on business in the Republic of Ireland that have potential to export. Investments will not be made if the proceeds of the investment would be used to re-finance existing debts of the business.

How do I apply?

The Start-Up and Emerging Sectors Equity Fund is being managed on behalf of Bank of Ireland by Delta Partners who have been appointed Investment Managers. If you would like to know more about the fund and how to apply, then please visit the Delta Partners website at www.deltapartners.com.

Contact:

Delta Partners
Media House
South County Business Park
Leopardstown
Dublin 18

Tel: +353 (0)1 2940870
Fax: +353 (0)1 2940877
Email: seedfund@deltapartners.com

Please note: This product is not regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

IPAD

BDO Development Capital fund

The BDO Development Capital Fund, is a €75m fund to which Bank of Ireland has committed €20m in equity funding. This is the first time a fund of this type has tapped the Irish corporate market and this is a key distinguishing feature among other investment funds currently available to mid-sized companies.

Who is Eligible?

The fund’s objective is to support high growth, export-orientated mid-sized commpanies across a broad range of sectors including food and agriculture, technology, healthcare, life sciences, cleantech, manufacturing and services.

How to apply.

Development Capital (a 100% subsidiary of BDO) manages the fund on behalf of Bank of Ireland and other investors, including Enterprise Ireland and several Irish corporates.

If you would like to know more about the fund and how to apply please contact:

Sinéad Heaney
Email: s.heaney@developmentcapital.ie
Call: +353-1-4700475
Email: info@developmentcapital.ie
5th Floor, Beaux Lane House, Mercer Street Lower,Dublin 2

Please note: This product is not regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

BDO