Top 5 pharmaceutical M&A deals this year

The biggest deal so far has actually been Gileads acquisition of Forty Seven for $4.9 billion, substantially lower than the average largest deal, according to EvaluatePharma..

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While the number of pharmaceutical acquisitions is only a little down in the very first half of 2020, the combined value of merger and acquisition deals has decreased considerably, according to EvaluatePharmas “Pharma, Biotech & & Medtech Half-Year Review 2020.”.

The 5 largest pharmaceuticals M&A deals this year:.

There were 22 pharmaceutical acquisitions in the 2nd quarter of 2020, somewhat listed below the average of 27.

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Maia Anderson –
Thursday, August 20th, 2020

Gileads acquisition of Forty Seven– $4.9 billion.
Novo Nordisks acquisition of Corvidia– $2.1 billion.
Alexions acquisition of Portola– $1.4 billion.
Eli Lillys acquisition of Dermira– $1.1 billion.
Takedas divestiture of choose drugs to Hypera Pharma– $825 million.

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