Walder Wyss advises +ND Capital on its exit from CellPoint by sale to Galapagos

+ND Capital has exited Dutch cell therapy company CellPoint by sale to the Belgian biotech company Galapagos which has acquired CellPoint for $131 million upfront and up to $105 million in milestone payments.

As sole venture investor in CellPoint, a company dedicated to developing CAR-T therapies at the point-of-care, the sale underlines +ND Capital’s success in Europe, being its second exit after Arctos Medical sale to Novartis.

Headquartered in California, +ND Capital is a venture capital firm founded in 2002 that invests in disruptive technologies across the life, physical, and data sciences. Currently they have over $500M under management and are currently investing our $335M third fund.

Walder Wyss has advised +ND Capital through its entire investment and in the sale transaction. The legal team was led by partner  Luc Defferrard (corporate/m&a, pictured) and included Michael Kündig (senior associate, corporate/m&a) and Alice Vorburger (associate, corporate/m&a).

Walder Wyss advises +ND Capital on its exit from CellPoint by sale to Galapagos



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