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Maven co-leads £3.4m funding round for Gen inCode

Maven Capital Partners has invested £1.5 million in Gen inCode, a genetic testing business specialising in the risk assessment and prediction of cardiovascular disease. Gen inCode raised in total £3.4 million, where Maven invested alongside another institutional investor and existing private shareholders.

Gen inCode has developed a range of patented DNA risk assessment products which utilise AI, bioinformatics and a globally recognised clinical evidence base to provide predictive analysis of a patient’s health risk.

Proprietary algorithms are used to predict the probability of adverse events, resulting in a comprehensive risk evaluation that provides key insights into a patient’s susceptibility to disease and clinically actionable results that empower patients to take steps to reduce their risk.

Gen inCode’s advanced clinical diagnostic tests cover major global disease areas such as Cardiovascular, Cancer and Diabetes. Its solutions are enabling healthcare practitioners to identify high risk patients and proactively develop targeted treatment and prevention plans; helping to transform the delivery of healthcare, reduce costs and improve patient outcomes.

Gen inCode was founded in 2018, acquiring the assets of the Ferrer inCode and the Gendiag.exe businesses, then part of Ferrer, a large Spanish pharmaceutical and healthcare company.  The business has built up a strong IP portfolio and today’s funding will enable the business to expand overseas, particularly in the US, capitalising on the growth in emerging precision medicine market.

Stella Panu, Partner at Maven, said: “Gen inCode represents a fantastic opportunity for Maven to support a truly innovative business which is utilising AI and bioinformatics in order to enable medical practitioners to make more proactive, precise and impactful decisions on how they treat their patients.

“We look forward to working with the senior management team to fulfil the company’s potential.”

Matthew Walls, Chairman and CEO, Gen inCode said: “We are delighted to complete the institutional round of funding and welcome our new institutional investors. The funding will prepare the Company for accelerated growth and international scale and supports our regulatory and clinical pathway into the US market.

“We look forward to advising the market on our progress and further milestones in due course.” 

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