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OliX Announces Completion of USD 45 Million Capital Raise for R&D and Financial Structure Improvemen
Date : 2022-05-27     View : 1372

 

OliX Announces Completion of USD 45 Million Capital Raise for R&D and Financial Structure Improvement 

 

SUWON, South Korea--OliX Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (KOSDAQ: 226950), a leading developer of RNAi therapeutics, announced that the Company has successfully completed a capital raise to support the Company’s R&D activities and improve its financial structure.

 

The paid-in capital increase totaled KRW 57 billion (approximately USD 45 million) with about 3 million convertible preferred stocks. Eight local institutional investors, including KB Investment, IMM Investment Corp., Company K Partners, Solidus Investment Co., Ltd, Susung Asset Management Co., Ltd., Welcome Asset Management, Focus Asset Management, and Shinhan Capital participated in this third-party capital increase.

 

The capital will be mainly used to finance the Company’s R&D activities. OliX plans to complete patient administration for its clinical phase 2 hypertrophic scar program (OLX101A) in the US and announce the interim results within this year. The Company’s dry and wet AMD (OLX301A) and androgenic alopecia (OLX104C) programs are also planned to be entered into clinical trials this year, followed by HBV (OLX703A) and nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (OLX702A) in 2023.

 

“This fundraising is meaningful in that the biotechnology sector is currently going through a challenging time attracting investment. Institutional investors who have participated in this round have shown a great commitment to our company’s technology and growth potential,” said Dong Ki Lee, Ph.D., Founder and Chief Executive Officer. “With the raised fund, we will accelerate our efforts to bring our programs to the clinic in a timely manner.”

 

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