Immatics To Go Public Through Merger With ‘Blank Check’ Company Arya
German TCR developer in partnerships with GSK and BMS will go public and receive $252m at closing in a reverse merger-type transaction with Arya.
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Deal Snapshot: GSK obtains rights to two of Immatics’ TCR targets, following on the German firm’s similar deals in recent years with Celgene, Genmab and Amgen.