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Monday Biotech Deal Review: June 18, 2012

Welcome to your Monday Biotech Deal Review for June 18, 2012.  Highlights from the previous week include the $10 million subscription receipt financing by Allon Therapeutics, the elimination of $11.8 million in debt by MedMira and the syndication of $600 million in debt by Valeant under its existing senior secured credit facilities.  Read on to learn more.  Read more of this post

Monday Biotech Deal Review: January 9, 2012

Happy New Year and welcome back to your Monday Biotech Deal Review for January 9, 2012, following a holiday hiatus.  Link below to our review of transactions that have occurred over the previous three weeks.  Noteworthy transactions include various acquisitions by Valeant as well as a refinancing of its existing debt facilities.   Read on to learn more.  Read more of this post

Monday Biotech Deal Review: July 25, 2011

Welcome to your Monday Biotech Deal Review for July 25, 2011.  Interesting tidbits from last week included the termination of the letter of intent relating to the proposed reverse-takeover transaction between Bradmer Pharmaceuticals and P1 Energy Corp., a distribution and marketing agreement between Valeant and Sanofi-aventis Canada, a $15M loan agreement between Protox Therapeutics and Oxford Finance LLC, the filing of a preliminary short-form base shelf prospectus in the Canada and U.S. by YM BioSciences, the closing of a $7M financing round for gIcare Pharma Inc., and the acquisition by Paladin Labs of a significant number of common shares of Afexa Life Sciences.  Read on to learn more.  Read more of this post

Monday Biotech Deal Review: April 11, 2011

Welcome to your Monday Biotech Deal Review for April 11, 2011.  Notable events in the Canadian biotech space over the past week included: (i) the filing by Valeant with the SEC of a consent solicitation statement in furtherance of its efforts to replace the board of its hostile target Cephalon; (ii) the approval by creditors of the plan put forward by Angiotech in respect of its restructuring and the sanctioning of the plan by courts in Canada and the U.S.; (iii) the closing of a $34.5M private placement by MethylGene; and (iv) the resignation of the board of directors of Ambrilia and the seeking by Ambrilia to pursue insolvency proceedings under the Bankruptcy statute as opposed to creditor protection under the CCAA.  Read on to learn more.  Read more of this post

Monday Biotech Deal Review: February 14, 2011

Welcome to the Monday Biotech Deal Review for February 14, 2011.  Aside from the usual assortment of corporate and regulatory announcements over the week, the highlights include SemBioSys’ proposed $4M secured 7% bond issuance, Angiotech’s fifth extension to deadlines under its recapitalization support agreements (and definitive agreements in respect of up to $28M in DIP financing), Med Biogene is being accused of breaching confidentiality and exclusivity agreements and former biotech Bradmer Pharmaceuticals is migrating to the oil and gas industry via a proposed reverse takeover.  Read on to learn more.   Read more of this post

Monday Biotech Deal Review: August 9, 2010

Catching up from the long weekend last week, we have a full two weeks’ worth of deals to bring you. Highlights include $16.7 million of securities closings, $8.25 million launched; and interesting developments in the Forbes Medi-Tech and Northstar Healthcare acquisitions. Check out what the last two weeks have wrought… after the jump

Monday Biotech Deal Review: July 12, 2010

This week saw several interesting deals, including an $85+ million exit for Sentinelle, some “bio-bucks” made good for Cipher, a licensing deal for Amorfix’s vCJD technology, a $10 million malaria deal for BC-based Artepharm and a new name (Medwell Capital) to go along with BioMS’ new business model. Read more of this post

Monday Biotech Deal Review: March 29, 2010

This week’s Canadian biotech deals include an acquisition by Biovail, Hæmacure’s BIA filing comes to a predictable end, MethylGene finds $8.9 million in its couch cushions from some Ontario numbered corps, Leap Medical leaps ahead with $1 million from MSBiV and other Quebec favourites, and BioSyntech borrows against its SR&EDs.  Those, plus more securities, debt and commercial deals after the jump…

Monday Biotech Deal Review: March 8, 2010

A busy week in Canadian deals, with Paladin Labs in a global transaction with SpePharm; M&A activity from therapeutics and consulting companies; the last of the SIFT/SR&ED deals; over $20 million of new offerings from BioSign, Bradmer and YM; government funding for Medicago and Isotechnika; a new standby equity deal from Yorkville for Allon; and the closing of the first deal of the rest of BioMS’ new life. Read more of this post

Monday Biotech Deal Review: September 14, 2009

B&W_BigNickelThe Monday Deal Review is back in full force this week following a Labo(u)r Day vacation last week and there’s plenty of news including more information on the MDS-Danaher transaction and plenty of other companies finding ways to raise money and keep the lights on.  Keep reading after the jump…

Monday Deal Review: August 3, 2009

B&W_BigNickelHopefully, the Deal Review will be a longer list as the newly-launched Ontario Emerging Technologies Fund starts deploying some capital, but for this week, the Canadian deal front was pretty quiet.   A few developments, like the JLL-Patheon pathos and the milestone for Cardiome from Merck, were noted at the time in our Twitter stream @crossborderbio, and aside from that there are only a few deals, and a bit of bad news, to check out  after the jump…

Monday Deal Review: July 20, 2009

B&W_BigNickelThis week’s deal review has some more info about Ambrilia’s deal with Kotinos that I tweeted about at the time (my Twitter stream shows up in the sidebar on the right here), as well as an update on JLL-Patheon and a raft of securities deals, including an issuer bid after the jump…

Monday Deal Review: March 9, 2009

A big dose of Canadian deals and company info from this week after the jump…

M&A Update 2

Here’s the latest collection of M&A news we’ve found since the last update.  No new mega-deals, although Sanofi is shopping in the €15 billion range and Roche sold $16 billion of debt (which has seen high demand in subsequent trading) in the largest offering ever to raise cash for its Genentech bid.  Also, CV Therapeutics‘ (Nasdaq: CVTX) Board rejected Astellas’ $16 per share bid on the same day CV Therapeutics released its year-end results.

more deal info after the jump…

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