Radiopharm Theranostics

Radiopharm Receives Strategic Investment for up to A$18 million

Radiopharm Theranostics Limited (ASX:RAD) (Radiopharm or the Company), a developer of diagnostic and therapeutic radiopharmaceutical products, has entered into strategic agreements with Lantheus Holdings, Inc. (LNTH.NASDAQ), a leading radiopharmaceutical-focused company, and its affiliates (Lantheus). Lantheus has agreed to make an initial equity investment of A$7.5 million (US$4.99 million) and will have an option to invest a further A$7.5 million (US$5 million) within 6 months on the same terms. Additionally, Radiopharm has agreed to transfer two of its early preclinical assets to Lantheus for A$3.0 million (US$2.0 million) pursuant to a separate transfer and development agreement.


  • Lantheus has agreed to make an initial strategic equity investment of A$7.5 million in Radiopharm
  • Offer price for the shares of A$0.05 represents a 47% premium to the last closing price of $0.034 on 19 June 2024
  • Option for Lantheus to invest a further A$7.5m within 6 months on the same terms
  • Lantheus will also secure rights to two early preclinical assets in exchange for an A$3m upfront payment pursuant to a transfer and development agreement
The net proceeds of Lantheus’ investment will be used by the Company for drug manufacturing, clinical trials and general working capital.

Subject to shareholder approval for the purposes of ASX Listing Rule 7.1, under a subscription agreement entered into with Radiopharm (Subscription Agreement), Lantheus has subscribed for up to:

a) A$7.5 million (US$4.99 million) at A$0.05 (US$0.033) per share;

b) unlisted options with a six-month term after the date the subscription shares are issued to invest up to an additional A$7.5 million (US$5 million) at A$0.05 (US$0.033) per share; and

c) one option for every four shares subscribed for (inclusive of any shares further subscribed for in the next six months), exercisable at A$0.06 per option expiring in August 2026.

Under a separate transfer and development agreement, Radiopharm has assigned and sub- licensed two of its preclinical assets to Lantheus for A$3.0 million (US$2.0 million). Assets covered under the agreement are a TROP2 targeting nanobody and a LRRC15 targeting mAb.

B. Riley Securities is acting as financial advisor to the Company on the Lantheus transactions.


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