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Pharma Execs Continue Looking For Growth Opportunities In Spite Of Increasing Regulatory Challenges: KPMG Survey
Date:6/22/2012

NEW YORK, June 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Pharmaceutical executives say they will focus as much time and energy ahead in navigating the regulatory environment as they will on organic growth,  according to a recent survey by KPMG LLP, the U.S. audit, tax and advisory firm.

In the 2012 KPMG Pharmaceutical Outlook Survey, conducted in May 2012, 60 percent of executives said regulatory and legislative pressures are the most significant barrier to their company's growth over the next year. Additionally, 50 percent of executives said increasing regulation and enforcement was the top concern for their company's future, edging out last year's top concern, patent expirations of key therapies and generic competition.

Furthermore, when asked on which initiative management will be spending the most time and energy in the next two years, navigating significant changes in the regulatory environment moved up three slots in this year's survey to be ranked as the top response along with investing in organic growth, including new product development.  

"Pharmaceutical executives are struggling to grow revenue in the face of pricing and regulatory pressures, including fines, taxation, fees and reporting requirements," said David Blumberg, KPMG partner and pharmaceutical advisory sector leader.  "This is an especially difficult business environment, with no clear single path forward. So overall, we are seeing an unusual combination of tentativeness combined with pockets of creative experimentation."

KPMG's research reports that 52 percent of executives said new therapies from their own research would be the biggest driver of growth, followed by therapies from a current/potential alliance partner (36 percent). Growth from non US markets was seen as a third source of growth (34 percent). Additionally, 25 percent cited repeal of the healthcare reform law as a potential growth driver, up from 16 percent a year ago.

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