Ryvu Therapeutics has a track record of creating significant value for shareholders since its listing on the NewConnect market in 2011 and the subsequent IPO on the main market of Warsaw Stock Exchange in 2014. The company has delivered strong return on the combined $91M investment from private, public market investors, including over $36M raised in the Series I shares offering in July 2020.

Ryvu has been consequently demonstrating research progress, bringing novel drug candidates to the clinic, including SEL24/MEN1703 initiating Phase II studies and SEL120 progressing through Phase I, as well as additionally raising over $88M in non-dilutive grant funding to support its research efforts.

We value investor communications very highly and we build our investor relationships on trust and transparency. Ryvu is audited by EY and is subject to regulatory oversight of the Polish Financial Supervisory Authority, under the European Union and the Polish laws. Ryvu technological expertise is validated by global partnerships with Merck KGaA, Galapagos, Menarini Group and Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

In 2016, Ryvu has spun out its NALP3 inflammasome assets to NodThera, founded by life science investor, Epidarex Capital.  In total, the project aimed at the development of inflammasome inhibitors discovered by Ryvu and spun off to NodThera, has already raised over £80 million (over $98 million) of funding. Ryvu remains a shareholder in the Company. For more information about NodThera see: www.nodthera.com.

In July 2020, Ryvu Therapeutics has moved its entire operations to its new headquarters, newly build R&D Centre for Innovative Drugs, located at 2 Sternbacha Street, in Krakow.

 

Ryvu Milestones

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2007

  • Company founded (as Selvita)

2010

  • First global partnering contract with Orion Pharma (as Selvita S.A.)

2011

  • Listed on NewConnect market (WSE)

2013

  • Beginning of oncology partnership with Merck KGaA

2014

  • IPO on Warsaw Stock Exchange

2015

  • Spin-out of Ardigen – precision medicine & AI services company

2016

  • Inflammasome assets spun-out to Nodthera

2017

  • Initiation of SEL24/MEN1703 study in acute myeloid leukemia
  • Global license agreement with Menarini Group for SEL24/MEN1703
  • Partnership with the Leukemia & Lymphoma society for SEL120 development

2019

  • Ryvu divests its CRO business into Selvita
  • Initation of SEL120 study in acute myeloid leukemia (AML) or myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS)

2020

  • Galapagos and Ryvu announce research collaboration
  • SEL24/MEN1703 initiates Phase II studies
  • Ryvu moves to the newly built R&D Centre for Innovative Drugs

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