Inventiva S.A. ("Inventiva" or the "Company"), a biopharmaceutical company developing innovative therapies in nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), systemic sclerosis (SSc) and mucopolysaccharidosis (MPS), today announces the successful completion of the issuance of 5,572,500 new ordinary shares without preferential subscription rights (the "New Shares") for a total gross proceeds of approximately €35.5 million by means of a private placement reserved to a specified category of investors as described below (the "Reserved Offering"). The Reserved Offering was conducted by Jefferies International Limited, acting as Global Coordinator and Joint Bookrunner, and Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking and Gilbert Dupont acting as Joint Bookrunners (together with the Global Coordinator and Joint Bookrunner, the "Managers"). Namsen Capital acted as Inventiva's Capital Markets Advisor.
Carpe, a skincare startup offering over-the-counter relief for excessive hand and foot sweating to the estimated 365 million hyperhidrosis sufferers worldwide, announced today that it has raised $2.3 million in seed funding. The round was co-led by the Carolina Angel Network and Duke Angel Network, affiliated with the University of North Carolina and Duke University's alumni networks respectively. Other investors include LaunchCapital, Rubicon Venture Capital, and Triangle Angel Partners.
Common Sensing , an evidence-based, data-driven injectable-medicine healthcare company, announced the close of a $6.6 million USD Series A financing. The round was led by Waterline Ventures. New World Health, Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG; AEX: PHIA), and Haselmeier joined the round as well. The funds will be used to accelerate Common Sensing's manufacturing and commercial operations for Gocap™, an IP-protected dose monitoring solution enabling patients and providers to better utilize injectable medicine, including insulin, fertility medications, growth hormones, and others.
RubrYc Therapeutics, Inc., a biotherapeutics discovery business, announced today it has closed a $10 million Series A Preferred Equity financing round led by Third Point Ventures, with participation by Paladin Capital Group and Vital Venture Capital.
Today the company has found some sure financial footing that will support its efforts through the remainder of the year. The company secured $163.7 million in an initial public offering. The funding will be used to continue the development of Cellectis’ off-the-shelf CAR-T products and drive them toward regulatory approval.
UNITY Biotechnology, Inc. ("UNITY"), a privately held biotechnology company developing therapeutics to slow, halt or reverse diseases of aging, announced the closing of a $55 million Series C financing.
Finch Therapeutics, headquartered in Somerville, Massachusetts, closed on an oversubscribed Series B financing worth $36 million. Since the company’s launch, it has raised $77 million. Series B investors included Shumway Capital, Willett Advisors, Morgan Noble and Avenir Growth Capital.
After a string of announcements a few years back, there’s been few new, high-profile biotech startups taking shape in New York. But that quiet period might be coming to an end this morning with the arrival of Quentis Therapeutics, a cancer immunotherapy startup born from the lab of former Weill Cornell Medicine dean and immunologist Laurie Glimcher. The company makes its debut today with a $48 million Series A round.
Generation Bio said it closed a $100 million series B financing to advance to the clinic its first two therapeutics candidates using its GeneWave platform to develop a new class of genetic medicines with drug-like qualities.
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