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  • Onxeo Receives Notice of Allowance for a New Patent Broadening the Protection of AsiDNA™ in combination with a PARP Inhibitor in the United States
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    Onxeo Receives Notice of Allowance for a New Patent Broadening the Protection of AsiDNA™ in combination with a PARP Inhibitor in the United States

    This new patent protects both AsiDNA™ in combination with a PARP inhibitor and the use of the combination for the treatment of HR-proficient cancersPARIS, June 09, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Onxeo S.A. (Euronext Paris, NASDAQ Copenhagen: ONXEO) (hereafter “Onxeo” or “the Company”), a clinical-stage biotechnology company specializing in the development of innovative drugs targeting tumor DNA Damage response (DDR), in particular against rare or resistant cancers, today announced that it has receive

  • Onxeo Announces Formation of Scientific Advisory Committee of Leading Independent Experts
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    Onxeo Announces Formation of Scientific Advisory Committee of Leading Independent Experts

    This newly formed committee of international specialists will advise on the scientific and clinical aspects related to the development of Onxeo’s current and future programsPARIS, May 31, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Onxeo S.A. (Euronext Growth Paris: ALONX, Nasdaq First North: ONXEO), « Onxeo », a clinical-stage biotechnology company specializing in the development of innovative drugs targeting tumor DNA Damage response (DDR) in oncology, today announced the formation of a new Scientific Advisory Committee of leading scientific and clinical experts in the fields of DDR, resistance to treatment and more globally, drug development in oncology. The Committee will advise and guide the Company as it advances its proprietary platform of compounds in the DDR field and develops innovative therapeutics that address unmet medical needs and improve the management of cancer patients. “We feel excited and privileged to be able to work with this eminent group of renowned thought leaders in oncology,” said Judith Greciet, Chief Executive Officer of Onxeo. “Their scientific advice and clinical expertise will be extremely useful to determine the best development strategies for AsiDNA™ and to leverage its unique properties. Furthermore, their support will be particularly valuable to design new and differentiated candidates from our platON™ platform in order to enrich our pipeline of decoy agonists.” Gilbert Chu, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine (Oncology) and Biochemistry at the Stanford Medical School, commented: “The decoy-agonist technology that Onxeo is developing is a very promising new approach which consists in hijacking the DNA damage response for cancer treatment. AsiDNA™ presents appealing and original anti-tumoral properties which could lead to new therapeutic strategies, particularly for cancers with a high unmet medical need.” Gilles Favre, PharmD, Medical Biologist, PhD, Director of CRCT (Toulouse Research Center in Cancerology), concluded: “Onxeo is addressing a major unmet need in cancer treatment that is prevention or reversal of tumor drug resistance. The early work performed by our team on combining AsiDNA™ with targeted therapies has shown promising results and I look forward to help advance these developments with my distinguished colleagues.” The Scientific Advisory Committee will be comprised of the following members: Gilbert Chu, MD, PhD, is Professor of Medicine (Oncology) and Biochemistry at the Stanford Medical School. He received a B.A. in Physics from Princeton University in 1967, a Ph.D. in Physics from M.I.T. in 1973, and an M.D. from Harvard Medical School in 1980. Gilbert Chu joined the Stanford faculty in 1987. His notable contributions include discovering and characterizing proteins involved in DNA repair and developing instrumentation for assessing toxicity associated with cancer chemotherapy. His research has also investigated how cells react to DNA damage from radiation and chemotherapy. Gilles Favre, PharmD, Medical Biologist, PhD, Director of the CRCT (Toulouse Research Center in Cancerology), is currently Professor of Biochemistry and Medical Biology at the University of Toulouse and director of the Clinical and Genetic Oncology Laboratory Medicine at the Institut Universitaire du Cancer de Toulouse-Oncopole for which he serves as the scientific director. His research focuses on cancer cell signaling leading to therapeutic targets identification and translational medicine-based approaches to discover novel biomarkers. Recently, his work was focused on reversing resistance to targeted therapy in lung cancers and melanomas. Lorenzo Galluzzi, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Cell Biology in Radiation Oncology with the Department of Radiation Oncology of the Weill Cornell Medical College (New York, NY, USA), Honorary Assistant Professor Adjunct at the Yale School of Medicine (New Haven, CT, USA), Honorary Associate Professor with the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Paris (Paris, France), and Faculty Member with several universities in Italy (Ferrara, Padova, Rome). Lorenzo Galluzzi is best known for major experimental and conceptual contributions to the fields of tumor metabolism and tumor immunology, the links between adaptive stress responses in cancer cells and the activation of a clinically relevant tumor-targeting immune response. Ruth Plummer, FMedSci, MD, PhD, is Professor of Experimental Cancer Medicine at the Northern Institute for Cancer Research, Newcastle University and an Honorary Consultant in Medical Oncology in Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. She leads the Newcastle Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre and also the CRUK Newcastle Cancer Centre. She runs a phase I all-comers practice, taking responsibility for one of the most active phase I unit’s in the UK. Her research interests are in the field of DNA repair and early phase clinical trials of novel agents, taking the first in class PARP inhibitor into the clinic in 2003, ATR inhibitor in 2012 and MCT1 inhibitor in 2014. Her work contributed to the development and validation of pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic assays in early clinical drug development, assays that are now embedded in early phase trial design. Caroline Robert, M.D., Ph.D., is the Head of the Dermatology Unit at Gustave Roussy and co-director of the Melanoma Research Unit at Paris-Sud University. She trained at the Paris V University, France, and completed a research fellowship at Harvard, Brigham & Women’s hospital in Cancer Immunology and Immunotherapy. Her main focuses of interest are clinical and translational research on immunotherapy and targeted therapy. Caroline Robert is national and international coordinator of many clinical trials of targeted therapy and immunotherapy from phase I to III. Her recent work has focused on identification of new biomarkers for immunotherapy and targeted therapies of patients with melanoma. About Onxeo Onxeo (Euronext Paris, NASDAQ Copenhagen: ONXEO) is a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing innovative oncology drugs targeting tumor DNA-binding functions through unique mechanisms of action in the sought-after field of DNA Damage Response (DDR). The Company is focused on bringing early-stage first-in-class or disruptive compounds from translational research to clinical proof-of-concept, a value-creating inflection point appealing to potential partners. platON™ is Onxeo’s proprietary chemistry platform of oligonucleotides acting as decoy agonists, which generates new innovative compounds and broaden the Company’s product pipeline. AsiDNA™, the first compound from platON™, is a first-in-class, highly differentiated DNA Damage Response (DDR) inhibitor based on a decoy and agonist mechanism acting upstream of multiple DDR pathways. Translational research has highlighted the distinctive properties of AsiDNA™, notably its ability to abrogate tumor resistance to PARP inhibitors regardless of the genetic mutation status. AsiDNA™ has also shown a strong synergy with other tumor DNA-damaging agents such as chemotherapy and PARP inhibitors. The DRIIV-1 (DNA Repair Inhibitor-administered IntraVenously) phase I study has evaluated AsiDNA™ by systemic administration (IV) in advanced solid tumors and confirmed the active doses as well as a favorable human safety profile. The ongoing DRIIV-1b extension study is evaluating the safety and efficacy of AsiDNA™ at a dose of 600 mg in combination with the reference chemotherapy, carboplatin -/+ paclitaxel, in advanced metastatic tumors. Preliminary results from both cohorts showed good tolerability, stabilization of the disease and an increase in treatment duration compared to previous treatments. The ongoing REVOCAN phase 1b/2 study evaluates the effect of AsiDNA™ on the acquired resistance to PARP inhibitor niraparib in relapsed ovarian cancer (sponsored by Gustave Roussy). A phase 1b/2 study, AsiDNA™ Children, will be initiated in 2021 to evaluate the association of AsiDNA™ with radiotherapy in children with relapsed high-grade glioma (sponsored by Institut Curie). OX401 is a new drug candidate from platON™, optimized to be a next-generation PARP inhibitor acting on both the DNA Damage Response and the activation of immune response, without inducing resistance. OX401 is undergoing preclinical proof-of-concept studies, alone and in combination with immunotherapies. For further information, please visit www.onxeo.com. Forward looking statementsThis communication expressly or implicitly contains certain forward-looking statements concerning Onxeo and its business. Such statements involve certain known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, which could cause the actual results, financial condition, performance or achievements of Onxeo to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Onxeo is providing this communication as of this date and does not undertake to update any forward-looking statements contained herein as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. For a discussion of risks and uncertainties which could cause actual results, financial condition, performance or achievements of Onxeo to differ from those contained in the forward-looking statements, please refer to the risk factors described in the most recent Company’s registration document or in any other periodic financial report and in any other press release, which are available free of charge on the websites of the Company Group (www.onxeo.com) and/or the AMF (www.amf-france.org). Contacts OnxeoValerie Leroy, Investor Relationsinvestors@onxeo.com +33 1 45 58 76 00Media RelationsNicolas Merigeau NewCaponxeo@newcap.eu +33 1 44 71 94 98Investor Relations / Strategic CommunicationDušan Orešanský / Emmanuel Huynh NewCaponxeo@newcap.eu +33 1 44 71 94 92 Certified Adviser for Nasdaq First NorthKapital Partnerwww.kapitalpartner.dkinfo@kapitalpartner.dk+45 89 88 78 46

  • Onxeo Reports Full-Year 2020 Financial Results and Provides Business Update
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    Onxeo Reports Full-Year 2020 Financial Results and Provides Business Update

    Several major clinical milestones achieved in 2020 by AsiDNA™, including promising initial results in combination with chemotherapy and the launch of a new study to evaluate the abrogation of resistance to a targeted therapyCash position of €14.5 million at December 31, 2020 supplemented by €14.7 million in new financing obtained in early 2021 Extended financial visibility through the end of 2022, enabling the expansion of clinical and industrial development of AsiDNA™ Management live webcast today at 6.30 pm CEST - to participate:https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_T6v8Hc8TRU67rKXPrz2nXw PARIS, April 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Onxeo S.A. (Euronext Growth Paris: ALONX, Nasdaq First North Copenhagen: ONXEO), a clinical-stage biotechnology company specializing in the development of innovative drugs targeting tumor DNA Damage response (DDR) in oncology, today reported its consolidated financial results for the fiscal ending December 31, 2020, and provided a business update. Judith Greciet, Chief Executive Officer of Onxeo, declared: “2020 was marked for all by an unprecedented health crisis. Yet it will have allowed Onxeo to demonstrate the resilience of its teams and strategy. The clinical program for AsiDNA™, our lead candidate, made very significant progress in 2020 on its two development axes, synergy of efficacy with DNA breakers as radio or chemotherapy, and the fight against tumor resistance to targeted therapies. On the first axis, the positive efficacy signals obtained in DRIIV-1b, combining AsiDNA™ with reference chemotherapies, have enabled the preparation of a randomized phase 2 trial in lung cancer. Its adaptive design would allow it to be converted into a pivotal study based on initial positive results. Enrolment will start in the second half of 2021, as soon as regulatory approval is obtained. We have also initiated a Phase 1b/2 pediatric program with the Curie Institute in recurrent high-grade glioma, a brain cancer with a poor prognosis, against which the combination of AsiDNA™ with radiotherapy could offer an efficacy gain. In the fight against resistance to targeted therapies, the Phase 1b/2 Revocan study, which is evaluating the effect of AsiDNA™ on resistance to a PARP inhibitor in ovarian cancer, began in late 2020 and patient enrollment is ongoing. This study is sponsored by Gustave Roussy who leads its management and we expect to receive preliminary results from the first group of patients during the second half of the year. In addition, recent results presented at AACR 2021 confirm the effect of AsiDNA™ on drug-tolerant cells, one of the causes of resistance to targeted therapies such as PARP, KRAS or tyrosine kinase inhibitors. These results provide a strong rationale to consider an expansion of the clinical development of AsiDNA™ in other very high potential combinations. Finally, the OX400 candidates have confirmed in preclinical studies their action on tumor metabolism and the immune system, presaging promising clinical combinations with immunotherapies. This extensive and ambitious R&D program reflects the significant potential of our candidates in multiple combinations and therapeutic areas. Over the past twelve months, we have also significantly strengthened Onxeo's financial and shareholder structure. Invus, an international investor specializing in biotechnology, has joined Financière de la Montagne in the capital and on the Board of Directors of the Company. Their support has contributed to extend our financial horizon to the end of 2022 - well beyond the major clinical milestones expected in the next 18 months - and validates our strategy to expand the clinical and industrial development of our candidates.” FINANCIAL HIGHLIGHTS FOR 2020 Consolidated income statement (IFRS)In thousands of euros 12/31/202012/31/2019Revenues, of which: Recurring revenues Non-recurring revenues1,7761,0776994,2893,455833Operating expenses, of which: R&D expenses (9,803)(3,946)(14,178)(7,718)Other current operating income21395Current operating income / (loss)(7,814)(9,794)Other operating income and expenses10,008(24,543)Share of profit from equity affiliates (39)Operating income/(loss) after share of profit from equity affiliates2,194(34,376)Financial income/(loss)(347)(1,677)Income tax(757)2,324Net profit/loss1,089(33,728) The 2020 consolidated accounts were approved by the board of directors on April 21, 2021. The audit procedures on the consolidated accounts have been carried out. The certification report is in the process of being issued. Revenues for the year 2020 amounted to €1.8 million and include: €1.1 million in recurring revenue corresponding to sales of Beleodaq® under the European Named Patient Program (NPP) and royalties on sales of Beleodaq® in the United States by the partner Acrotech Biopharma. Its decrease from €3.5 million in 2019 is explained by the transfer of this activity to Acrotech as part of the licensing agreement signed in early April 2020.€0.7 million in non-recurring revenue, comprising contractual lump-sum royalties under the business transfer agreement signed in 2017 with Vectans Pharma. Operating expenses amounted to €9.8 million, compared to €14.1 million in 2019. The 31% decrease is mainly related to lower R&D expenses, notably manufacturing operations of AsiDNA™ for clinical trials in 2019, as well as strict management of all the Company's expenses. Other operating income (non-current) amounted to €10.0 million and included the impacts of the agreement with Acrotech Biopharma in April 2020, namely: a net income of 5.7 million euros corresponding to the transaction price of €6.1 million less payments to be made to Acrotech Biopharma for future product development costs estimated at €0.4 million;a charge of 2.8 million euros corresponding to the net book value of the R&D assets related to Beleodaq®/belinostat, reflecting the treatment of the contract with Acrotech under IFRS as a sale agreement;7.1 million euros of proceeds, evaluated on the basis of the financing plan established by management, corresponding to the royalties that the Company expects to receive after the date of signature of the agreement and that are intended to repay the balance of the loan contracted with SWK Holdings Corporation. This amount includes 1.6 million euros of royalties recorded for 2020 after the transaction. The financial result of €-0.3 million is mainly explained by the interest expense related to the bond debt with SWK. The tax charge is €0.8 million and includes deferred taxes of €0.4 million, relating to the royalties the Company expects to receive after December 31, 2020, through which it will repay the balance of the SWK loan. Net income for the year ended December 31, 2020 was a profit of €1.1 million, resulting mainly from the Acrotech transaction and its accounting treatment under IFRS, compared with a loss of €33.7 million for the year ended December 31, 2019 that was linked with a €12.9 million impairment of belinostat-related R&D assets as well as the impacts of the settlement agreement signed with SpePharm early 2020 (-€9.6 million). STRENGTHENED FINANCIAL STRUCTURE As of December 31, 2020, the Company had consolidated cash and cash equivalents of €14.5 million, compared to €5.7 million at the end of fiscal 2019. This sharp increase stems from financing obtained during the year; in particular, the Company completed a private placement in June 2020 with a new investor, Invus Public Equities LP, and Financière de la Montagne, the historical shareholder, for €7.3 million, and it also used the balance of its equity financing line for €3.2 million. The Company also received a payment of $6.6 million in consideration for the granting of additional exclusive rights to belinostat to Acrotech Biopharma LLC in April 2020. The Company's cash position has since been strengthened by obtaining, at the end of January 2021, a €5 million financing in the form of State Guaranteed Loans (SGL) and by the proceeds of the capital increase with shareholders' preferential subscription rights (PSR) finalized on April 12, for a gross amount of €9.7 million. The Company's financial visibility has thus been extended to the end of 2022. FULL-YEAR 2020 HIGHLIGHTS, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS AND OUTLOOK FOR 2021 AsiDNA™ Revocan study At the beginning of 2020, Onxeo launched the Revocan study to evaluate the effect of AsiDNA™ on acquired resistance to a PARP inhibitor (PARPi), in 2nd line recurrent ovarian cancer. This Phase 1b/2 study is sponsored by Gustave Roussy. Enrollment in the study began at the end of 2020 and is continuing, albeit at a slower pace than anticipated, notably due to the epidemic situation. However, it should be noted that as study sponsor, GR is managing the project. Preliminary results of part 1b, initially expected in the first half of the year, are now expected from Gustave Roussy in the second half of the year. The study aims to confirm preclinical data presented at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting in June 2020, which showed the ability of AsiDNA™ to reverse PARPi resistance, notably by preventing the regrowth of drug-tolerant cells. DRIIV1-b study - Upcoming phase 2 study Onxeo published favorable interim results from the DRIIV-1b study of AsiDNA™ in combination with standard of care chemotherapies in patients with progressing metastatic tumors in November 2020. Exceptionally long disease control times were observed and are particularly encouraging signals of efficacy. As a result, the Company plans to continue development in this combination in 2021 with a randomized Phase 2 study of AsiDNA™ in non-small cell lung cancer. The adaptive design of this international multicenter study, currently under development, would allow its transformation into a pivotal study. New clinical developments In February 2021, Onxeo entered into a clinical research agreement with Institut Curie, France's leading cancer center, to conduct a Phase 1b/2 study to evaluate the effect of AsiDNA™ in combination with radiotherapy in children with recurrent high-grade glioma (HGG) eligible for re-irradiation. This study is supported by a grant from the European Fight Kids Cancer program and is being conducted as part of the European Innovative Therapies for Children with Cancer (ITCC) consortium. As part of the acceleration of its development, the Company may also file an IND application to expand the clinical program of AsiDNA™ in the United States. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY In 2020, Onxeo pursued an active policy of industrial protection. The Company received a notice of allowance from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a new patent enhancing the protection of AsiDNA™, which will be valid in the United States until 2037. A notice of intent to issue a new patent enhancing protection in Europe for AsiDNA™ combined with PARP inhibitors was also announced in late October 2020. Onxeo's portfolio of candidates is now protected by several patent families in all territories of interest until 2040. OX400 Onxeo continued preclinical studies of new OX400 candidates, next-generation PARP agonists from its proprietary platON™ platform, in 2020. New results presented at AACR 2021 confirm that by specifically trapping and hyperactivating PARP, OX400 compounds have the potential to modulate the immune response and deplete tumor cell metabolism. The preclinical proof of concept of one or more OX400 compounds, expected in 2021, will be the starting point for the activities necessary for entry into the clinic, potentially in combination with immunotherapy, within 12 to 18 months. CORPORATE & GOVERNANCE In February 2020, Onxeo announced that it had reached an out-of-court settlement agreement with SpePharm and SpeBio. As part of this agreement, Onxeo will pay SpePharm 15 to 20% of the net amounts to be received under future commercial agreements relating to Onxeo's R&D assets, for a total cumulative amount of 6 million euros within a period of 4 years, i.e. at the latest on January 31, 2024. The balance of this debt amounts to 5.1 million euros at December 31, 2020;At its meeting on September 17, 2020, the Board of Directors of Onxeo co-opted Invus Public Equities LP, represented by Mr. Julien Miara, as a director of the Company to replace Mr. Jean-Pierre Kinet, who resigned;In December 2020, Onxeo transferred the listing of its shares from the regulated market of Euronext Paris (compartment C) to the multilateral trading system Euronext Growth Paris. By coherence, Onxeo shares listed in Denmark on the Nasdaq Copenhagen regulated market have been transferred to the Nasdaq First North Growth multilateral trading facility. CONTEXT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC The continuation of the global health crisis linked to the Covid-19 epidemic creates an uncertain situation. Even if Onxeo has been little impacted in 2020, it is difficult to measure the repercussions on the Company's activity and financial situation, which will depend on the intensity and duration of this crisis. The Company has put in place appropriate measures to protect its employees and to ensure the continuity of its operations. It will adapt these measures to the circumstances. The 2020 Financial Report will be available on the Company's website as of April 23, 2021. About Onxeo Onxeo (Euronext Growth Paris: ALONX, Nasdaq First North Copenhagen: ONXEO) is a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing innovative oncology drugs targeting tumor DNA-binding functions through unique mechanisms of action in the sought-after field of DNA Damage Response (DDR). The Company is focused on bringing early-stage first-in-class or disruptive compounds from translational research to clinical proof-of-concept, a value-creating inflection point appealing to potential partners. platON™ is Onxeo’s proprietary chemistry platform of oligonucleotides acting as decoy agonists, which generates new innovative compounds and broaden the Company’s product pipeline. AsiDNA™, the first compound from platON™, is a first-in-class, highly differentiated DNA Damage Response (DDR) inhibitor based on a decoy and agonist mechanism acting upstream of multiple DDR pathways. Translational research has highlighted the distinctive properties of AsiDNA™, notably its ability to abrogate tumor resistance to PARP inhibitors regardless of the genetic mutation status. AsiDNA™ has also shown a strong synergy with other tumor DNA-damaging agents such as chemotherapy and PARP inhibitors. The DRIIV-1 (DNA Repair Inhibitor-administered IntraVenously) phase I study has evaluated AsiDNA™ by systemic administration (IV) in advanced solid tumors and confirmed the active doses as well as a favorable human safety profile. The ongoing DRIIV-1b extension study is evaluating the safety and efficacy of AsiDNA™ at a dose of 600 mg in combination with the reference chemotherapy, carboplatin -/+ paclitaxel, in advanced metastatic tumors. Preliminary results from both cohorts showed good tolerability, stabilization of the disease and an increase in treatment duration compared to previous treatments. The ongoing REVOCAN phase 1b/2 study evaluates the effect of AsiDNA™ on the acquired resistance to PARP inhibitor niraparib in relapsed ovarian cancer (sponsored by Gustave Roussy). A phase 1b/2 study, AsiDNA™ Children, will be initiated in 2021 to evaluate the association of AsiDNA™ with radiotherapy in children with relapsed high-grade glioma (sponsored by Institut Curie). OX401 is a new drug candidate from platON™, optimized to be a next-generation PARP inhibitor acting on both the DNA Damage Response and the activation of immune response, without inducing resistance. OX401 is undergoing preclinical proof-of-concept studies, alone and in combination with immunotherapies. For further information, please visit www.onxeo.com. Forward looking statementsThis communication expressly or implicitly contains certain forward-looking statements concerning Onxeo and its business. Such statements involve certain known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, which could cause the actual results, financial condition, performance or achievements of Onxeo to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Onxeo is providing this communication as of this date and does not undertake to update any forward-looking statements contained herein as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. For a discussion of risks and uncertainties which could cause actual results, financial condition, performance or achievements of Onxeo to differ from those contained in the forward-looking statements, please refer to the risk factors described in the most recent Company’s registration document or in any other periodic financial report and in any other press release, which are available free of charge on the websites of the Company Group (www.onxeo.com) and/or the AMF (www.amf-france.org). Contacts OnxeoValerie Leroy, Investor Relationsinvestors@onxeo.com+33 1 45 58 76 00Media RelationsNicolas Merigeau NewCaponxeo@newcap.eu+33 1 44 71 94 98Investor Relations / Strategic CommunicationDušan Orešanský / Emmanuel Huynh NewCaponxeo@newcap.eu+33 1 44 71 94 92 Certified Adviser for Nasdaq First NorthKapital Partnerwww.kapitalpartner.dkinfo@kapitalpartner.dk+45 89 88 78 46 APPENDIX FULL YEAR CONSOLIDATED ACCOUNTS AT DECEMBER 31, 2020 CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET ASSETS in €K12/31/202012/31/2019NoteNon-current assets Intangible assets20,53423,3586Tangible assets831097.1Rights of use2,4792,7187.2Investments in equity affiliates 20 Other financial fixed assets 2331418Total non-current assets23,32926,345 Current assets Inventories and work in progress 64 Trade receivables6,6543,3539.1Other receivables2,0002,1599.2Cash and cash equivalents14,5235,7089.3Total current assets23,17711,284 TOTAL ASSETS46,50637,629 LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY K€12/31/202012/31/2019NoteShareholders' equity Capital19,57915,32910.1Less: Treasury shares-182-18910.2Share premium18,57744,92410.3Reserves-10,024-9,13910.3Earnings1,089-33,728 Total shareholders' equity29,03617,197 Non-current liabilities Provisions1,6406,82111.1Deferred tax liability415 16Non-current financial debts4,2787,41211.2Other non-current liabilities5,089 11.3Total non-current liabilities11,42314,233 Current liabilities Short-term borrowings and financial debts1,9791,17012.1Trade payables2,7623,67212.2Other current liabilities1,3061,35812.3Total current liabilities6,0476,199 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY46,50637,629 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME In K€12/31/202012/31/2019NoteRecurring revenue from license agreements1,0773,455 Non-recurring revenues from license agreements699833 Total revenues1,7764,28914.1Purchases-347-350 Personnel expenses-4,265-4,80814.2External expenses-3,882-7,85714.3Taxes and duties-176-127 Net depreciation, amortization and provisions-618-671 Other current operating expenses-515-365 Operating expenses-9,803-14,178 Other current operating income21395 Current operating income-7,814-9,794 Other non-current operating income13,500 14.4Other non-current operating expenses-3,492-24,54314.4Share of profit from equity affiliates -39 Operating income after share of profit of associates2,194-34,376 Cost of net financial debt-958-1,018 Other financial income1,006 Other financial expenses-395-659 Financial income-347-1,67715Tax expenses-7572,32416 - of which deferred taxes-4152,330 Consolidated net income1,089-33,728 Earnings per share0.01(0.55)17Diluted earnings per share0.01(0.55)17 In K€12/31/202012/31/2019Note Result for the period 1,089-33,728 Currency translation differences-7175 Other items recyclable as a result-7175 Actuarial gains and losses-22-54 Other items not recyclable as a result -22-54 Other comprehensive income for the period, net of tax-9321 Total comprehensive income for the period996-33,707 Total comprehensive income attributable to the the parent company owners996-33,707 Minority interests CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN EQUITY Changes in reserves and results In K€CapitalTreasury sharesShare premiumTranslation reservesGains and losses recognized in equityReserves and consolidated resultsTotalDifferencesTOTALShareholders' equity as of 1/01/201913,344-9741,824-109-97-9,462-9,66945,402Total comprehensive income for the period 75-54-33,728-33,707-33,707Capital increase1,986 3,100 05,086Treasury shares -92 -71-71-163Other movements 138138138Share-based payments 441441441Shareholders' equity as of 12/31/201915,329-18944,924-34-151-42,682-42,86817,197Total comprehensive income for the period -71-221,089996996Capital increase4,250 6,230 18818810,668Treasury shares 7 898995Other movements -32,57714 32,56232,577 Share-based payments 797979Shareholders' equity as of 12/31/202019,579-18218,577-91-173-8,674-8,93829,036 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF NET CASH FLOWS K€12/31/202012/31/2019NoteConsolidated net loss1,089-33,728 +/- Depreciation, amortization and provisions, net-8,21525,3946/7/11 (excluding provisions against working capital) +/- Unrealized gain and losses associated with changes in fair value-290484 +/- Non-cash income and expenses on stock options and similar items79441 +/- Other calculated income and expenses +/- Capital gains and losses on disposal57 +/- Dilution gains and losses +/- Share of equity affiliates 39 Gross operating cash flow after cost of net debt and taxes-7,280-7,371 + Cost of net debt9591,03715+/- Tax expenses (including deferred taxes)757-2,32416Gross Operating cash flow before cost of net debt and taxes-5,564-8,658 - Taxes paid +/- Changes in operating WCR (including debt related to employee benefits)886959 NET CASH FLOW FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES-4,678-7,699 - Expenditures on acquisition of tangible and intangible assets-119-26 + Proceeds of disposal of tangible and intangible assets6,116 - Expenditures on acquisition of financial assets + Proceeds of disposal of financial assets4163 +/- Effect on changes in scope of consolidation14 + Dividends received (equity affiliates, unconsolidated investments) +/- Change in loans and advances granted + Capital grants received +/- Other changes from investment transactions NET CASH FLOW FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES6,015137 + Net amount received from shareholders on capital increase . Paid by shareholders of the parent company10,5684,74310 . Paid by minority interest in consolidated companies + Amount received on exercise of stock options -/+ Purchase and Sale of treasury shares8 + Amounts received on issuances of new loans - Reimbursements of loans (including lease debts)-3,094-2,72911/12/15o/w repayment of lease debts (IFRS16)-475-452 +/- Others flows related to financing activities-1-1 NET CASH FLOW FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES7,4812,014 +/- Effects of fluctuations in foreign exchange rates-33 CHANGE IN CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS8,815-5,545 CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS AT START OF YEAR5,70811,253 CASH AND CASH EQUIVALENTS AT YEAR END14,5235,708