Top Biopharma Deal July 2021: Arvinas – Pfizer ARV-471 PROTAC Protein Degrader for ER+/HER2- Breast Cancer
Top Biopharma Partnership by Upfront Cash and Equity
Arvinas development and commercialization deal with Pfizer for ARV-471
Announced: July 22, 2021
Total Deal Value: $2,400M
Upfront Cash: $650M
Upfront Equity: $350M (3.5M new common, 30% prem.)
Option Payments: n/a
Milestones: $1,400M ($400M Reg. and $1B Sales)
Cost and Profit Split: 50%
Phase II ARV-471 oral PROTAC (PROteolysis TArgeting Chimera) estrogen receptor protein degrader for the treatment of estrogen receptor (ER) positive or human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2) negative (ER+/HER2-) locally advanced or metastatic breast cancer.
Development and Commercial License
Equal cost and profit split for development and commercialization.
- Arvinas granted Pfizer exclusive, worldwide rights to develop and commercialize ARV-471 for ER+/HER2- breast cancer.
- Arvinas and Pfizer will split development and commercialization costs and profits equally.
- Arvinas will receive $650M in upfront cash and Pfizer will receive approximately 3.5M newly issued shares of Arvinas common stock at a 30% premium valued at $350M, which represents an approx. 7% equity ownership stake by Pfizer. Additionally, Arnivas is eligible for up to $400M in approval milestones and up to $1B in commercial milestones.
The Deal of the Month for June 2021 was iTeos and GSK’s TIGIT deal with $625M up front for EOS-448. Read about it here.
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