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Jon Norris, Managing Director, HSBC Innovation

Jon Norris is a former litigation attorney – have been involved in Healthcare since 1999. Focused on debt and equity strategy for BioPharma, Device, Dx/Tools and Digital Health. Have written numerous thought pieces detailing the flow of capital into venture healthcare (investment and fundraising) as well as M&A and IPO activity.

I am a Managing Director at HSBC Innovation. I help investors understand and analyze historical and current market trends around investments and returns, and assist CEOs and C-level management with equity and debt strategy, business plans, exit comps and access to capital.

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