Mind Medicine (CEO: MMED) announced that it will be conducting a bought deal financing this morning, to the tune of $25.0 million. The financing is being lead by Canaccord Genuity, with funds from the financing to be used for a number of clinical development initiatives that the company has planned for the near term.
$25.0 million in gross proceeds is expected to be raised via the sale of 23,810,000 units of the company at $1.05 per unit. Each unit is to consist of one subordinate voting share as well as one half warrant. Each warrant contains an exercise price of $1.40 per share, and is valid for three years from the date of issuance.
An over-allotment option also exists for the financing, which if fully exercised would result in additional gross proceeds of $3.75 million, bringing the total financing to $28.75 million. The over-allotment option is valid for a period of thirty days following the close of the transaction.
The proceeds from the financing are to be used for a number of clinical developments and initiatives, including:
- Development of 18-MC
- LSD microdosing
- LSD experiential therapy for anxiety
- MindMed Discover R&D
- A training program at NYU Langone Health
- A collaboration with University Hospital Basel Liechti Lab
Naturally, any remaining funds will be utilized for general working capital.
The financing is expected to close by October 30, 2020.
Mind Medicine last traded at $1.24 on the NEO.
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