Finance Watch: Is The IPO Boom Making Anyone Nervous Yet?
Public Company Edition: Is the IPO bubble getting ready to burst? It's anybody's guess, but biopharma companies are forging ahead, having launched 11 first-time offerings during the past week and a half. Also, Heron leads recent follow-on offerings with a $200m stock sale to fund what may soon be its third commercial product.
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Public Company Edition: There was just one initial public offering during the past two weeks, but another biotech-focused SPAC went public and Gingko Bioworks announced a high-value SPAC merger. Also, Insmed and Dynavax offerings led recent public company financings.
Public Company Edition: Drug developers continue to take advantage of investors’ preference for biotechnology investments, with CRISPR, Acceleron and BioNTech raising massive sums. The wealth isn’t spreading to everyone, however, as DBV Technologies is restructuring and cutting jobs.
Revolution has just one drug in the clinic, but its focus on KRAS excited IPO investors. Also, Deciphera’s $175m offering leads recent follow-ons and Spruce raises $88m in venture capital.