CureVac Launches IPO, Adds To Big 2020 Cash Haul
CureVac raised hundreds of millions of dollars this year before its $213m initial public offering as its mRNA vaccine technology moved into the COVID-19 spotlight. Its stock price tripled on its debut.
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Public Company Edition: iTeos, Annexon, Nurix and Inozyme went public on 23 July and now CureVac has added its name to the IPO queue for what could be a large offering. Also, BioNTech raises $511.5m as COVID-19 vaccine progresses and PTC gets $650m from sale of risdiplam royalties.