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9600 Blackwell Road,Suite 210,Rockville, MD 20850

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REGENXBIO, Inc. is a biotechnology company, which engages in the development, commercialization, and licensing of recombinant adeno-associated virus gene therapy. The company was founded by Kennth T. Mills and James M. Wilson on July 16, 2008 and is headquartered in Rockville, MD.

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President, Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director

Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

Senior Vice President & General Counsel

Senior Vice President, Product Development & Chief Technology Officer

Chief Scientific Officer & Senior Vice President

Chief Medical Officer & Senior Vice President

Senior Vice President, Intellectual Property

Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Senior Vice President-Commercial Strategy & Operations

Board of Directors

Chief Executive Officer at Windmil Therapeutics, Inc.

Former Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer at Cambrex Corp.

Managing Member at Care Capital II LLC

Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Emergent BioSolutions, Inc.

Consultant at Sunesis Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Co-Founder at Dimension Therapeutics, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director at DBV Technologies

President, Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director at REGENXBIO, Inc.

President, Chief Executive Officer & Director at Cedilla Therapeutics, Inc.

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Redmile Group invests primarily in U.S. and non-U.S. healthcare companies. While the partnerships and funds generally invest in public equities, these investtments may be in illiquid, publicly-quoted securities, investments may be made in illiquid, publicly-quoted securities. The partnerships or funds may invest in private companies and non-equity asset classes when Redmile Group believes such investments offer a superior risk-reward. The firm may also invest in fields related to healthcare where due diligence shows that the healthcare assets are the driving force behind value creation and may also invest in other sectors from time to time.While Redmile Group mainly invests public equities of healthcare companies, they gennerally have broad and flexible investment authority. To maintain flexibility and capitalize on investment opportunities as they arise, the Redmile Group isn't required to invest any particular percentage of managed portfolios in any particular type of investment or region, and the amount of the portfolios which is invested in any type of investment or which is weighted in different countries or different sectors can change at any time. As such, investments may at any time include long or short positions in U.S. or non-U.S. publicly traded or privately issued common stocks, preferred stocks, stock warrants and rights, bonds, notes or other debentures or debt participations, convertible bonds, convertible preference shares, fund interests, swaps, options (including options on stock market indices), futures contracts, commodities, forward contracts and other securities or financial instruments including those of investment companies.^

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Carmignac UK is an active manager which aims to provide consistent returns and low volatility for investors. They believe that the PRI and ESG problems are of crucial importance and that companies taking an active approach in considering them become more efficient over the long term by limiting risks and benefiting from growth opportunities.The firm is a bottom-up investor which aims to generate strong performance in their European products and to contribute their expertise to the overall Carmignac asset allocation strategy.Carmignac UK seeks to utilize their experience in long-short management to perform in all market conditions. They aim to identify long-term trends in the world economy, such as technology, emerging markets and commodities, and find the best way to invest in them. Such macro views are very long-term themes and Carmignac has developed hedging strategies to help manage directional market risk, resulting in performance combined with risk management and transparency, the latter of which they bolster by communicating regularly with investors.

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Goldstein & McClintock LLLP is a cutting-edge boutique law firm representing a broad array of sophisticated clients in a wide variety of matters across the nation. In addition to handling all aspects of corporate restructuring matters through its pre-eminent corporate restructuring, bankruptcy, and creditors’ rights practice, G&M attorneys regularly assist clients with a wide variety of transactional and commercial litigation matters. G&M’s partners – all of whom have worked on numerous complex matters, including at some of the top corporate law firms in the U.S. – are well known in both the regional and national bankruptcy bar, and have represented a host of constituencies in some of the country’s most significant cases. Whatever the matter, G&M is unique in being able to offer clients affordable “white-shoe” advice combined with the accessibility and individual attention of a boutique law practice. Although G&M's attorneys are well versed in a broad spectrum of matters – from corporate, finance, and real estate transactions to commercial litigation cases – G&M routinely receives accolades for its extensive restructuring and bankruptcy practice. G&M's restructuring professionals have extensive experience in workout negotiations, reorganizations, bankruptcy litigation, and debtor-creditor relations. Whether it is an out-of-court restructuring, workout advice, pre-bankruptcy counseling and planning, guidance through the chapter 11 process, or building leverage to maximize value for creditors, G&M's ability to provide top-tier counsel at affordable prices is without parallel.

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REGENXBIO, Inc. issued USD Common Stock

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REGENXBIO, Inc. issued USD Common Stock

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Partner at Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP


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Dimension Therapeutics, Inc. engages in the provision of medical development. Its activities include discoveries and development of therapeutic products for people living with rare diseases associated wit the liver and caused by genetic mutations. The company was founded by Ben Auspitz on October 2013, and is headquartered in Cambridge, MA.

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Perceptive Advisors focuses on investment opportunities in healthcare, with an emphasis on biotechnology. The firm believes that significant opportunities exist in biotechnology due to pervasive underlying market inefficiencies and volatility. Perceptive Advisors advises two separate master-feeder private fund structures.The Perceptive Life Sciences Funds invest in the equities of growth healthcare companies and value plays, with an emphasis on biotechnology. Perceptive Advisors seeks to identify opportunities to exploit relative value disparities and inefficiencies that exist on both the long and short side of the market. They focus on a universe of about 300 smaller, more inefficiently priced companies which are underfollowed by Wall Street biotechnology analysts. Hedging strategies using long and short equity positions, equity options, and index options are used in an attempt to reduce and control risk.The Perceptive Credit Opportunity Fund seeks to achieve superior risk-adjusted returns by investing in senior secured loans and other debt and debt-related instruments issued by small- and mid-cap publicly traded companies and privately-held emerging growth companies primarily in the healthcare and related industries. The fund's investments may be originated by the fund or in collaboration with a syndicate of other credit investors. Most of the fund's investments will be structured as directly originated loans to healthcare companies.Perceptive Advisors also advises two separate accounts. The investment strategies of the separate accounts are substantially similar to those of the Perceptive Life Sciences Fund, though the separate accounts may take more concentrated positions and use a higher degree of leverage.

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Deerfield Management Co. LP (Private Equity) invests in a broad range of industries. It provides financing for buyout transactions to private and public companies located in the U.S.

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Amgen, Inc. Biotechnology - Thousand Oaks, CA

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BioMarin Pharmaceutical, Inc. Biotechnology - San Rafael, California

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