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HBAN London Syndicate meets on 20th June

By hban.org, Friday, 14th June 2019 | 0 comments
Filed under: Events, 2019.

Are you an investor and in London on June 20th? If so, join us at the HBAN London Syndicate to see some of the best investment opportunities from the island of Ireland.


Did you know the HBAN London Syndicate invested €700k into 5 companies within the first 9 months? This active group of investors welcomes new members at their next meeting on 20th of June in London.                 

The HBAN London Syndicate is a group of likeminded individuals seeking qualified deal flow with a UK focus from the island of Ireland. The syndicate usually co-invests alongside a local Irish lead investor, with due diligence documents available.

On June 20th, the group will see 4 companies presenting at the meeting which will be moderated by Chairman of the London Syndicate, Harry McDermott. There will also be a chance to network and follow up with all companies after the pitches.

HBAN is the All- Island umbrella organisation for Angel investing in Ireland, with over 400 deals closed, over €85m invested and over 700 active angels. In Ireland we have twelve syndicates (Tech, Medtech, Food) and we have recently set up successful HBAN Syndicates, with an Irish Affinity, in New York, Singapore and now London.

Annually HBAN presents 100 plus qualified deals to the Network and close out between 40 and 50 in any one year. The average angel investment in a deal a €285k, however, due to the syndicated nature of the deals 60% of individuals invest less than €50k per deal, with 30% less than €25k.

To RSVP please click here and if you have any questions please get in touch with us directly and we will be delighted to assist.

As part of the HBAN community, we would like to invite you to join us and to please share this invite with any colleagues/contacts that you have who are based or work in London, and where this event may resonate with or who would be interested in joining a HBAN London Syndicate Group.



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