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Chinese In-Licensing Continues to Strengthen

Chinese companies are eager to collaborate with their ex-China counterparts, and in-licensing agreements are outpacing other forms of biotech deal-making in 2013. In fact, the number of in-licensing deals announced so far this year is more than the combined number of 2012 deals in out-licensing, JV/Alliance and M&A, according to BIO’s Industry Analysis research and GBI. This deal-making momentum bodes well for small and medium-sized biotech companies that have early-stage compounds under development in the Read More >

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BIO-Europe Spring Opening Remarks

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BIO’s own David Thomas, Director of Industry Research, delivered opening remarks at the BIO-Europe Spring conference in Barcelona yesterday. His slides provide a snapshot of the biotech industry’s performance and highlight emerging trends in venture exits: IPOs and M&A. Takeaways from his talk include breakouts on multiple fronts for the industry: FDA approvals at highs not seen since the 1990s Orphan designation approvals at all-time highs IPOs starting to show signs of life in 2012 Read More >

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Putting a Ring on It: Advice on Successful Drug Development Collaborations

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Drug development partnerships can look lucrative to small biotechs eager to monetize their discoveries, but, like any relationship, these tie-ups take work and both parties run the risk of ending up in tears. At BIO’s recent CEO & Investor Conference, a panel of industry veterans gathered to discuss best practices in drug development partnering. Moderated by Jeff Stewart, Senior Engagement Manager with Campbell Alliance, the panel “Putting a Ring on it: When Drug Development Partnerships Read More >

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Biobuck M&A in Full Gear

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The 2012 M&A results are in and trends are mixed. Last year was a down year in terms of total acquisitions and total dollar value amounts vs 2011.  What was not down however was the earnout structures embedded in these deals. More and more M&A transactions are looking like partnering deals structured with CVRs accounting for the bolus of the reported purchase price. Here is a look at therapeutic-focused acquisitions (valued at >$10M) over the Read More >

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BIO Europe Spring 2012 – Opening Remarks

For Monday’s Opening Remarks at BIO Europe Spring 2012, I covered the following topics: Public market performance in the US vs other sectors Private funding environment. Drug pipeline deal volume. For a copy of the slides, they can be found here.

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