March 2022 Top Biopharma Deal: IGM Biosciences – Sanofi IgM Antibody Platform for Cancer and Immunology/Inflammation
Highlighted Deal Financial Comps
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Cost & Profit Split:
- IGM granted Sanofi exclusive, worldwide rights to develop and commercialize agonists for three cancer and three immunology/ inflammation targets by applying the IgM antibody technology platform.
- For cancer targets, IGM will be responsible for the research and development of all 3 targets through the approval of the first BLA. Sanofi is responsible for all further development and commercialization. For immunology/inflammation targets, IGM will continue the development through Phase I for up to 2 constructs. Sanofi will be responsible for all further development and commercialization.
- IGM will receive $150M up front. Sanofi has also expressed an interest in purchasing up to $100M of IGM non-voting common stock in a public financing. IGM is eligible to receive up to $6.015B in regulatory and commercial milestones, which includes $940M for each of 3 cancer targets and $1.065B for each of 3 immunology/inflammation targets.
- The companies will share profits 50/50 in for cancer targets in certain major markets and IGM is eligible for tiered royalties in other territories. For immunology/inflammation targets, IGM is eligible for tiered high single-digit to low-teens royalties globally.
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