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Over 100 biopharma companies piled onto public markets in 2021, raising a combined $21bn. A sharp cool off has left many trading well below their listing price. What does it mean for biotech financing in 2022?
Plus deals involving Zai Lab/Karuna, Zai Lab/Blueprint, Lotus/PharmaMar, Nippon Shinyaku/Dynacure, Alphamab/Ascletis, Aptose/Hanmi, Shanghai Pharmaceuticals/HUYABIO, KoBioLabs/SPH Sine, CURACLE/ Théa Open Innovation, Signet/XtalPi, Curi Bio/NEXEL, CANbridge/Scriptr and Ligand/CRDC.
While COVID-19 shocked global financial markets and is expected to impact biopharma fundraising, investment in drug developers continues, including through two new venture capital funds totaling nearly $2bn. Also, Coherus issues debt to fund deals and MOMA launches with $86m in VC cash.
France’s fledgling biotech Dynacure has pulled together a series C funding round to support its ongoing Phase I/II study of an antisense molecule for an ultrarare myopathy.
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