Neuraxpharm Enters Japanese Market
Follows Buccolam Deal With Takeda Last Year
Neuraxpharm has expanded its footprint outside of Europe with the launch of its first product in Japan, in the form of the Buccolam value-added midazolam product gained through a deal with Takeda.
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Created in 2016 by consolidating five European companies, CNS specialist Neuraxpharm is changing hands, with funds advised by global investor Permira paying an undisclosed sum to take control of a business boasting annual revenues of around €460m ($541m) and more than 115 CNS molecules at its disposal.
Neuraxpharm says a deal with Takeda to acquire the only buccal midazolam approved across Europe, Buccolam, not only gives the CNS specialist a strong asset but also offers the opportunity to expand its commercial footprint into the Nordics and Ireland.