Our Founders

Our sponsor has formed HealthCor Catalio Acquisition Corp. in order to further capitalize on their joint knowledge of healthcare markets.

They believe their decades of experience investing in private and public healthcare companies is a key differentiator as compared to other blank check companies.

HealthCor was founded in 2005 and manages approximately $2.5 billion in assets across long/short and long only healthcare funds. HealthCor centers its investment strategy on in-depth and fundamental research and has developed deep institutional knowledge of and extensive contacts across the healthcare industry. HealthCor’s Co-Founders, Joe Healey and Art Cohen, have been investing side-by-side for over 20 years, and they collectively have over 60 years of investment experience. The HealthCor investment research team includes specialists across biotechnology, pharmaceutical, healthcare services, and medical technology sub-sectors within healthcare. HealthCor’s Co-Founders, Portfolio Managers, and research team have built strong reputations in the healthcare industry over the past 15 years, with investment peers and companies alike. HealthCor’s tenure, reputation, and relationships will be an asset to HealthCor Catalio Acquisition Corp.

Catalio is a private equity firm that invests in breakthrough biomedical technology companies founded by the world’s leading scientist-entrepreneurs. Catalio provides invaluable private market investing experience and a vast network of companies, medical professionals, and academics to HealthCor Catalio Acquisition Corp. Catalio manages approximately $150 million in assets. Catalio was co-founded by George Petrocheilos and Dr. Jacob Vogelstein, who formerly co-founded a healthcare private equity strategy at Camden Partners, a multi-strategy private equity firm that spun out of T. Rowe Price. Catalio has recruited and invested with a group of 28 world-renowned doctors and scientists as venture partners to identify investment opportunities and provide professional advice. Catalio is able to leverage its network of venture partners and their respective labs, centers, and institutes for proprietary deal-flow. Catalio has invested in over 20 innovative, high-growth companies and recently closed its second venture fund, Catalio Nexus II, which was oversubscribed and closed at its hard cap of $100 million. Catalio and its elite group of healthcare experts will serve as a resource for HealthCor Catalio Acquisition Corp.