NeuroVive’s planned rights issue (subject to approval at the EGM) is expected to bring in a minimum guaranteed amount of at least SEK55m (gross), which would extend the cash reach to 2019 and past several R&D events. Namely, the company will be able to initiate two new clinical trials with both leading assets KL1333 (Phase I) for genetic mitochondrial diseases and NeuroSTAT (Phase II) for traumatic brain injury (TBI). In addition, the company will advance its broad preclinical portfolio, aiming to out-license one of the assets, NV556, for NASH. Our updated valuation is SEK1.44bn or SEK18.0/share compared to SEK1.38bn or SEK26.3/share previously.

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