Biopharma Dealmaking Quarterly Statistics, Q2 2014
A look at financing, M&A, and alliance activity April–June 2014
Biopharma financing totaled $7.2 billion, a 36% decrease from Q1; 36 completed M&As had a combined potential value reaching $116 billion, more than three-and-a-half times the previous quarter; 84 biopharma alliances, together totaling $7.7 billion in potential pre-commercialization value, showed a significant jump from Q1’s $1.9 billion aggregate.
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