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Finance Watch: $135m In Venture Capital Will Fund Amylyx’s Late-Stage ALS Drug

Private Company Edition: Amylyx will use its new cash to run a Phase III trial and submit applications seeking EU and Canadian approvals of AMX0035, but US filing plans based on prior Phase II/III data are less clear. Also, three VC firms raised new funds targeting biopharma and other investments.

Financing Innovation

Renamed Coave Therapeutics Raises $39m To Fund Its Next-Gen Gene Therapies

The company aims to overcome drawbacks of existing gene therapy platforms, starting in ocular and CNS diseases.

Commercial Companies

IPO Update: Booming Biopharma On Pace For Another Record Year

Only 25 more initial public offerings are needed for 2021 to beat 2020’s record-breaking 86 IPOs. However, the average return for this year’s offerings is just 1.1% as of 1 July versus 11% at the end of the first quarter.

Financing Business Strategies

Finance Watch: Five Biopharma IPOs Bring US Total To 60 In 2021

Public Company Edition: Almost halfway through the year, initial public offerings equal nearly three-quarters of the 2020 total. Also, Pardes is one of four new SPAC mergers; HUTCHMED launched an IPO in Hong Kong; and Zentalis, Theravance and BioXcel launched follow-on offerings.

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  • Industry
  • Pharmaceuticals
    • Drug Delivery
  • Biotechnology
    • Gene Therapy, Cell Therapy
  • Other Names / Subsidiaries
    • HORAMA S.A.
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