Tim Ring, former chairman and CEO of C.R. Bard, shares how he and his spouse retired to build TEAMFund, a $30 million impact investment fund focused on having a positive impact on health in some of the most resource constrained areas of the world.
Life sciences companies seeking to raise capital or form early partnerships with strategic players often make avoidable mistakes. Here are some tips that can increase your probability of a successful transaction.
The SEC’s new changes to Nasdaq’s initial listing standards do have the potential to place substantial additional burdens on smaller companies seeking to list through reverse listings.
Repeat entrepreneur is a term you might hear often in the context of life sciences company creation and investment, so we wanted to take a moment to unpack it and offer lessons for those on either side of the table.
As interest in the cell and gene market continues to heat up, the sector’s manufacturing and finance challenges have become top priorities.
A summary of some key sections of version 10 of Deloitte’s Life Sciences Accounting And Financial Reporting Update—Including Interpretive Guidance.
Sam Cobb, managing director and CEO of Australian biotech AdAlta, talks about how the company has struggled to procure funding over the years and the strategies they employed to finally get listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.
Growing a life sciences company will have continuous demands for funding. Wherever that money comes from, undertaking a commitment to PCAOB (Public Company Accounting Oversight Board) compliance will be valued by potential investors.
“Normally a company raises money, does their science, and hopes to get a deal. We were the inverse of that,” explains Joseph Payne, president and CEO of Arcturus Therapeutics.
The value of China’s biotechs fell some 30 percent since the trade war began, and VC funding, while strong, slipped before that. Interest in China, however, remains strong.