Funds to be used to continue clinical development of AZP-3601 for hypoparathyroidism while progressing AZP-3813 through IND-enabling activities in acromegaly and further expanding early-stage pipeline
LYON, France, and Cambridge, MA, September 16, 2021 — Amolyt Pharma, a global company specialized in developing therapeutic peptides for rare endocrine and related diseases, today announced that the company has closed an $80 million Series B equity financing round. The financing was co-led by Sectoral Asset Management and Andera Partners, with participation from ATEM Capital and all investors from the company’s July 2019 Series A financing, including LSP, Novo Holdings (Novo Ventures), Kurma Partners, Mass General Brigham Ventures, Innobio 2 managed by Bpifrance, Orbimed, Pontifax, Eurazeo, Sham Innovation Santé/Turenne Capital and Credit Agricole Creation.
Amolyt plans to use the proceeds from the financing to advance its pipeline of potential therapeutics for rare endocrine and related diseases, including clinical development of AZP-3601 for hypoparathyroidism, pre-clinical development of AZP-3813 for acromegaly and ongoing research related to AZP-3404. In addition, the company continuesto work to further expand its early-stage pipeline through both internal research and development activities and potential in-licensing opportunities.
“We are very pleased to expand our high-quality syndicate with the addition of these new NorthAmerican and European investors, and we are highly appreciative of the continued support from our existing investors” stated Thierry Abribat, Ph.D., founder, and chief executive officer of Amolyt Pharma. “This financing will give us the opportunity to further pursue our mission of building a leading rare endocrine and related disease company, and we will continue to work to introduce new and potentially life-changing therapeutics to patients globally.”
The Series B financing follows several recent positive pipeline developments, including the following:
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