Finance Watch: BIO Says Proposed Foreign Investment Regulations Will Lower Investment In US Biotech
Private Company Edition: BIO comments suggest definitions of personal data expand the scope of foreign investments in biotech companies that must be reviewed by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS). Also, NeuroRx’s $95m deal leads recent private financings.
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Finance Watch: VC Mega-Rounds Surge Again, Led By Acelyrin’s $300m Series C
Private Company Edition: Acelyrin will use its latest funding for Phase III development of izokibep in inflammatory diseases. Also, ArsenalBio raised $220m to take its programmable cell therapies into the clinic and RayzeBio’s $160m series D round will fund clinical trials for its radiopharmaceuticals.
Finance Watch: $2.2bn In New Funding Sources In February, So Far
Private Company Edition: New capital for health care and life science innovations include a fund for royalty deals, additional anti-infective funding, early-stage money and public health-focused cash. Also, Day One reveals a $130m series B venture round and Notch closes an $85m series A round.
Finance Watch: ARCH Raises $1.85bn Venture Fund To Back Early-Stage Companies
Private Company Edition: The venture capital firm said it will back biopharma, diagnostics and other opportunities in health care. In addition to the Design and TScan mega-rounds, Verve raised $94m, Vera garnered $80m and Ixaka (formerly Rexgenero) closed a £40m ($54.7m) financing.