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Financing Quarterly Statistics, Q4 2020

A Look At Financing Activity Across The Biopharma, Medical Device And In Vitro Diagnostics Industries, October-December 2020

Executive Summary

During Q4, biopharmas brought in an aggregate $53.5bn in financing and device company fundraising totaled $4.2bn; while in vitro diagnostic firms and research tools players raised $6.1bn.

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Deals In Depth: March 2021

BridgeBio Pharma’s affiliate QED Therapeutics granted and Helsinn Group exclusive global rights (excluding Greater China) to the FGFR1-3 inhibitor infigratinib in oncology and all other indications except skeletal dysplasias (including achondroplasia). BridgeBio could see up to $2.45bn in payments from the deal, including over $100m in up-front, regulatory, and launch payments, and the remainder in sales milestones. In the month’s top M&A, Amgen entered into an agreement to acquire fellow public biotech Five Prime Therapeutics for about $1.9bn, gaining Phase III-ready bemarituzumab for frontline advanced gastric or gastroesophageal junction cancer.  

Dealmaking Quarterly Statistics, Q4 2020

During Q4, medical device company M&A values reached $5.7bn, while in vitro diagnostic firms and research tools players completed M&A activity that totaled $3.3bn.

Deals In Depth: February 2021

Molecular Templates penned a research collaboration with Bristol Myers Squibb to discover and develop multiple therapies designed for specific oncology targets using Molecular’s next-generation engineered toxin body platform. BMS paid $70m up front and could shell out development and regulatory milestones up to $874.5m and $450m upon the achievement of certain sales milestones. ICON entered into a definitive agreement to acquire fellow public CRO PRA Health Sciences in a 48% cash and 52% stock transaction valued at approximately $12bn. Financing reached $11.4bn in biopharma, $1.2bn in device, and $1.5bn in diagnostics.

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