Interim report  1 January – 30 June 2019

REGULATORY

SECOND QUARTER (APRIL – JUNE 2019)

  • Other operating income amounted to KSEK 1,141 (0).
  • Impairment of patents totalled KSEK 4,573.
  • Operating loss amounted to KSEK -11,307 (-8,689).
  • Loss for the period amounted to KSEK -11,213 (-8,669).
  • Cash flow from operating activities was KSEK -6,531 (-7,896).
  • Loss per share before dilution was SEK -0.23 (-0.42). Loss per share after dilution was SEK -0.23 (-0.42).

PERIOD (JANUARY – JUNE 2019)

  • Other operating income amounted to KSEK 1,994 (0).
  • Operating loss amounted to KSEK -18,069 (-15,797).
  • Loss for the period amounted to KSEK -17,865 (-15,510).
  • Cash flow from operating activities was KSEK -18,562 (-3,102).
  • Loss per share before dilution was SEK -0.37 (-0.75). Loss per share after dilution was SEK -0.37 (-0.75).


SIGNIFICANT EVENTS IN
THE SECOND QUARTER 

  • In April, Idogen announced that NextCell Pharma AB had contacted the company’s Board of Directors regarding a possible merger. In May, Idogen reported that discussions between the companies had been abandoned.
  • In June, Idogen announced that the company had successfully developed a new patentable tolerance-inducing method to replace zebularine in the development of the company’s tolerogenic cell therapy. The company has therefore written down the value of patents related to zebularine in an amount of MSEK 4.6.
  • The estimate remains unchanged that our cash will last until the end of the third quarter of 2020.
  • At the end of June, Idogen announced that CEO Lars Hedbys had resigned following five years as CEO of the company.


SIGNIFICANT EVENTS DURING THE PERIOD
 

  • In January, Idogen announced that it is extending and broadening its preclinical development programme for tolerogenic cell therapy. This means the clinical trials for IDO 8 and IDO T may be delayed by six months and start in the second half of 2020 for IDO 8 and first half of 2021 for IDO T.
  • In March, Idogen announced the decision to postpone plans to apply for the listing on Nasdaq First North. The company made the decision as it first wishes to conclude the evaluation of its new methods for production of Idogen’s tolerogenic cell therapy. 
  • The change of CEO will postpone the transfer to Nasdaq First North, as there is a requirement that the company’s CEO must have been employed for at least three months. 
  • Arctic Securities was chosen as Corporate Advisor (CA) ahead of the listing on First North. 


SIGNIFICANT EVENTS AFTER THE END OF THE PERIOD
 

  • Anders Karlsson was appointed as the company’s new CEO as of 20 August.
  • No other significant events occurred after the end of the period that affected the results or financial position.

CONDENSED EARNINGS AND CASH FLOW 

2019  2018  2019  2018  2018 
3   months  3 months  6   months  6 months  12   months 
(Amounts in KSEK unless otherwise stated) Apr-June  Apr-June  Jan-June  Jan-June  Jan-Dec 
Net sales 1,141  0 1,994  0 3,766 
Operating expenses -12,448  -8,689 -20,063  -15,797 -31,627 
Operating loss -11,307  -8,689 -18,069  -15,797 -27,861 
Loss for the period after net financial items -11,213  -8,669 -17,865  -15,510 -27,634 
Average number of shares 48,491,533  20,779,201 48,491,533  20,778,839 21,843,166 
Average number of warrants 13,068,876 4,254,306  15,079,153 11,790,710 
Loss per share before dilution (SEK) -0.23  -0.42 -0.37  -0.75 -1.27 
Loss per share after dilution (SEK) -0.23  -0.42 -0.37  -0.43 -1.27 
Cash flow from operating activities -6,531  -7,896 -18,562  -3,102 -10,394 
KEY FIGURES 
Working capital 29,051  16,597 29,051  16,597 42,306 
Acid-test ratio (%) 306  203 306  203 305 
Equity/assets ratio (%) 70  60 70  60 71 
Loss per share before dilution -0.23  -0.42 -0.37  -0.75 -1.27 
Average number of shares 48,491,533  20,779,201 48,491,533  20,778,839 21,843,166 

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