- Market size and revenue benchmarking for a therapeutic asset in clinical development.
- Determine the appropriate launch curve to achieve full market penetration once a therapy is approved.
- Apply the appropriate “probability of success” to a clinical-stage pre-revenue biotech company.
- Apply key assumptions and tie together a long-range forecast of multiple products with a DCF analysis.
- Build-up of operating expenses including a salesforce analysis for a “go-it-alone” marketing strategy.
Key learning objectives include
- Overview of a sum of the parts valuation
- Major building blocks for a biotech SOTP
- Model assumptions dashboard
- Biotech company lifecycle
- Identify peak revenue opportunity
- Therapeutic areas overview
- Product launch timing and uptake curve
- Patent life and loss of exclusivity
- Road to commercialization
- FDA clinical trials
- Building a commercial infrastructure
- Completing the SOTP
- Probability of success
- Finalizing the valuation model
- Valuation sensitivities
This virtual training session is scheduled for 9a-5p (ET). The session will use interactive exercises as learners move back and forth between classroom lecture and small group breakout rooms.
Comprehensive training materials and unlimited e-mail support for content-related questions for 12 months post-seminar.
Our instructors are all practitioners with years of directly relevant real- world experience and have a passion for teaching. They understand the importance of teaching in a way that empowers students to apply the lessons from the classroom directly on the job.
Who is this bootcamp for?
This course is designed for professionals and those pursing a career in the following finance careers:
- Investment Banking
- Venture Capital
- Private Equity
- + Anyone who wants to learn how professionals build a biotech-sum-of-the-parts valuation
Earn 9.5 CPE Credits for this Seminar
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Participants may cancel up to 3 weeks prior to the event for a full refund. A 20% cancellation fee will apply up to 1 week prior to the event. No refunds will be granted for cancellations made within 1 week of the event. Wall Street Prep reserves the right to cancel the seminar if enrollment is insufficient. Trainees will be refunded in full in the event of a cancellation.