In the waning days of 2017, Centinel it closed its acquisition of DePuy’s Prodisc-C, Prodisc-L, Prodisc-C Vivo, Prodisc-C Nova, Prodisc-O and Discover cervical and lumbar artificial disc systems. Although the purchase price remained undisclosed, Centinel said at the time that the deal was funded with debt and equity, with Piper Jaffray as its placement agent.
In a Jan. 12 regulatory filing, Centinel said it brought in $132.3 million in a Dec. 19 offering of equity, debt, options, warrants and other securities from nine unnamed investors. Piper Jaffray earned a $4.2 million sales commission on the offering, according to the filing.
Last June, Centinel Spine said it won Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration clearance for its Stalif L no-profile lateral lumbar integrated interbody system.