LifeSci Capital Fireside Chat December 8, 2022 Exhibit 99.1

Forward-looking statements 2 This presentation contains forward-looking statements for the purposes of the safe harbor provisions under The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and other federal securities laws. The use of words such as "can," “may,” “might,” “will,” “would,” “should,” “expect,” “believe,” “estimate,” “design,” “plan,” "intend," and other similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. Such forward looking statements include Immunovant’s expectations regarding patient enrollment, timing, design, and results of clinical trials of its product candidates and indication selections; Immunovant's plan to develop batoclimab and IMVT-1402 across a broad range of autoimmune indications; expectations with respect to the safety and monitoring plan and size of the safety database for these planned clinical trials; the timing of discussions with regulatory agencies; the size and growth of the potential markets for Immunovant's product candidates and indication selections; Immunovant’s plan to explore in subsequent study periods follow-on treatment with alternative dosing regimens; Immunovant's expectations regarding its cash runway; Immunovant's beliefs regarding the potential benefits of batoclimab’s and IMVT-1402's unique product attributes; and Immunovant's expectations regarding the issuance and term of any pending patents. All forward-looking statements are based on estimates and assumptions by Immunovant’s management that, although Immunovant believes to be reasonable, are inherently uncertain. All forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially from those that Immunovant expected. Such risks and uncertainties include, among others: initial results or other preliminary analyses or results of early clinical trials may not be predictive of final trial results or of the results of later clinical trials; results of animal studies may not be predictive of results in humans; the timing and availability of data from clinical trials; the timing of discussions with regulatory agencies, as well as regulatory submissions and potential approvals; the continued development of Immunovant’s product candidates, including the timing of the commencement of additional clinical trials and resumption of current trials; Immunovant’s scientific approach, clinical trial design, indication selection, and general development progress; future clinical trials may not confirm any safety, potency, or other product characteristics described or assumed in this presentation; any product candidate that Immunovant develops may not progress through clinical development or receive required regulatory approvals within expected timelines or at all; Immunovant's pending composition of matter patent for IMVT-1402 may not be issued; Immunovant’s product candidates may not be beneficial to patients, or even if approved by regulatory authorities, successfully commercialized; the potential impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, geopolitical tensions, and adverse macroeconomic conditions on Immunovant’s clinical development plans and timelines; Immunovant’s business is heavily dependent on the successful development, regulatory approval and commercialization of batoclimab and IMVT-1402; Immunovant is at an early stage in development for IMVT-1402 and in various stages of clinical development for batoclimab; and Immunovant will require additional capital to fund its operations and advance batoclimab and IMVT-1402 through clinical development. These and other risks and uncertainties are more fully described in Immunovant’s periodic and other reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), including in the section titled “Risk Factors” in Immunovant’s most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K, its Form 10-Q filed with the SEC on November 4, 2022, and Immunovant’s subsequent filings with the SEC. Any forward-looking statement speaks only as of the date on which it was made. Immunovant undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise. All trademarks, trade names, service marks, and copyrights appearing in this presentation are the property of their respective owners. Dates used in this presentation refer to the applicable calendar year unless otherwise noted. No clinical head-to-head comparisons of Immunovant product candidates and third party anti-FcRn assets has been conducted. For Investor Audiences Only

Building a leading anti-FcRn franchise to address unmet need 3 Multiple paths to potential value creation with batoclimab and IMVT-1402 Based on clinical development achievements to date in MG, we have incurred a $10M milestone payment obligation to HanAll in CYQ4 2022 which was already considered in our cash runway guidance *Registrational package for CIDP may include 1 or 2 pivotal trials depending on a variety of factors **WAIHA design to be finalized based on recent FDA interaction ***Including potentially WAIHA Compound Target Indication / Therapeutic Area Stage of Development Batoclimab Myasthenia Gravis (MG) Pivotal Phase 3 Thyroid Eye Disease (TED) Pivotal Phase 3 Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP) Pivotal Phase 2b* Graves' Disease (GD) Phase 2 Warm Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia (WAIHA) Phase 2** IMVT-1402 Rheumatology, Hematology***, and potentially Graves’ Disease Pre-clinical For Investor Audiences Only

Today’s agenda/discussion topics 4 Overview of the neonatal Fc receptor (FcRn) Anti-FcRn antibody basics – structure, affinity, etc. Translatability of albumin and LDL signals from non-human primates to humans Correlation of IgG reduction and clinical efficacy in autoimmune diseases CIDP trial design For Investor Audiences Only

FcRn Basics 5

For some autoimmune diseases, IgG autoantibodies cause disease pathology directly or via immune complexes IgG autoantibodies can be directly pathogenic IgG autoantibodies may also lead to pathogenic immune complexes Characteristics • In ‘classic’ auto-antibody mediated diseases, auto- antibodies tend to be highly specific to extracellular antigens • Most patients have these pathogenic auto-abs, and detection is an integral part of diagnosis • In more complex autoimmune diseases, auto- antibodies are directed towards intracellular or circulating antigens • Auto-antibodies form immune complexes with their antigen (e.g. dsDNA) and may activate innate and adaptive immune system responses, driving aberrant inflammation and end-organ damage Example Diseases • Myasthenia gravis (MG) • Thyroid eye disease (TED) • Warm autoimmune hemolytic anemia (WAIHA) • Immune thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP) • Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) • Primary Sjogren’s Syndrome (pSS) • Inflammatory myositis • Certain forms of vasculitis E.g., in TED, antibodies against thyroid stimulating hormone receptor (TSHR) activate orbital fibroblasts, causing proliferation and swelling around the eye Hypothesis: in treating these diseases, greater IgG reduction may lead to less autoantibody-driven pathogenesis and therefore greater clinical efficacy 6For Investor Audiences Only

The neonatal Fc receptor (FcRn) promotes recycling of IgG antibodies 7 FcRn Mechanism of Action 1. IgG is taken up into cells in endocytic vesicle 2. FcRn-IgG complexes are sorted from unbound proteins 3. Unbound proteins are trafficked to lysosome for degradation 4. IgG is recycled back into circulation FcRn maintains levels of IgG in circulation by preventing IgG degradation • FcRn extends the half-life of IgG autoantibodies in circulation exacerbating their autoimmune effects • FcRn expressed in a variety of cells Blood Endocytic vesicle Endosome LysosomeMonocyte or endothelial cell Key: Serum proteinIgG FcRn 1 2 3 4 For Investor Audiences Only

Blood Endocytic vesicle Endosome LysosomeMonocyte or endothelial cell Key: Serum proteinIgG FcRn 1 2 3 4 FcRn inhibition promotes IgG degradation 8 Mechanism of Action of FcRn Inhibition 1. IgG and FcRn inhibitor are taken up into cells in endocytic vesicles 2. FcRn inhibitor binds to FcRn in endosomes 3. IgGs are blocked from forming complexes with FcRn 4. Non-receptor bound IgGs are degraded in lysosomes FcRn inhibitor blocks binding of pathogenic antibodies to FcRn and promotes their removal and degradation • FcRn inhibition reduces the recycling of IgG antibodies • As a result, IgG is increasingly delivered to lysosomes for degradation • Relative to older, broad-spectrum immunosuppressants, FcRn inhibitors deliver a more targeted approach to immunomodulation FcRn inhibitor For Investor Audiences Only

FcRn Inhibitor 9

Anti-FcRn assets have unique characteristics No clinical head-to-head comparisons of Immunovant product candidates and third party anti-FcRn assets has been conducted. Binding affinities are SPR Sources: 1. On file at Immunovant; 2. Ulrichts 2018; 3.Ling, 2019 (ASH 2015 poster); 4.Smith, 2018; Kiessling, 2017; 5. Blumberg, 2017 (ASH 2017 poster) Batoclimab (IMVT-1401)1 IMVT-14021 Efgartigimod2 Nipocalimab (M281)3 Rozanolixizumab (UCB7665)4 ALXN1830/ SYNT0015 Company Immunovant Immunovant Argenx Janssen UCB Alexion/AstraZeneca Structure Human IgG1 Human IgG1 Human IgG1 frag, Fc mutations Human IgG1 Humanized IgG4 Humanized IgG4 Fc Effector Potential No No No No Low Low F c R N -I g G B in d in g - p H 7 .4 Affinity (KD) 1.6 nM +++ 0.122 nM +++ 320 nM + 0.029 nM ++++ 0.023 nM ++++ 0.87 nM +++ F c R N -I g G B in d in g - p H 6 .0 -6 .3 Affinity (KD) 0.56 nM +++ 0.129nM +++ 14.2 nM ++ 0.044 nM ++++ 0.034 nM ++++ 1.19 nM +++ Human Half-life 10-38 hours Ph1 study planned for 2023 85-104 hours for 2- 50 mg/kg 7.82-33.7 hours 0.636-7.779 hours 10For Investor Audiences Only

The Fc portion of endogenous IgG (Fc) and albumin have different binding sites on the FcRn 11 Albumin FcRn Fc FcRn Albumin FcRn Fc For Investor Audiences Only

Co-crystallization shows that the batoclimab-FcRn complex orients differently from the IMVT 1402-FcRn complex 12Note: Ribbon representations generated from X-Ray co-crystal structure. Batoclimab solved at 2.4Å resolution. IMVT-1402 solved at 2.6Å resolution. Batoclimab FcRn FcRn IMVT-1402 Albumin FcRn Fc FcRn For Investor Audiences Only

Co-crystal structures for IMVT-1402, for efgartigimod and for SYNT001 all with FcRn 13 FcRn SYNT001 IMVT-1402 Efgartigimod* SYNT001** FcRn IMVT-1402 *; **Blumberg et al., Sci. Adv. 2019 Dec 18;5(12):eaax9586. FcRn Efgartigimod Note that orientation of FcRn is shown a bit differently (based on publicly available data) for efgartigimod vs 1402 and SYNT001 For Investor Audiences Only

IMVT-1402 was selected to deliver maximum IgG reduction while minimizing interference with the albumin recycling Batoclimab: overlay with albumin and FcIMVT-1402: overlay with albumin and Fc 14Note: Ribbon representations generated from X-Ray crystal structure. Batoclimab solved at 2.4Å resolution. IMVT-1402 solved at 2.6Å resolution. Fc Albumin FcRn Batoclimab Fc Albumin FcRn IMVT-1402 For Investor Audiences Only

Translatability of data from cynomolgus monkey to humans 15

16 IMVT-1402 and placebo demonstrated similar albumin and LDL Day SD, standard deviation; ULN, upper limit of normal; LLN, lower limit of normal; Arrows indicate time of dosing. Data on file at Immunovant Day Batoclimab 50 mg/kg (n=3) IMVT-1402 50 mg/kg (n=7) IMVT-1402 5 mg/kg (n=7) Placebo (n=3) LDL concentration (mmol/L), mean ± SDAlbumin concentration (g/L), mean ± SD -12 7 14 21 28 35 42 49 56 0 1 2 3 4 //10 20 30 40 50 60 ULN LLN -12 7 14 21 28 35 42 49 56 // Head-to-Head Monkey Study Day -12 7 14 21 28 35 42 49 56 // Cholesterol concentration (mmol/L), mean ± SD 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 For Investor Audiences Only

Impact on albumin observed in non-human primates has been highly translatable to humans 17 1. Ulrichts P.J Clin Invest. 2018 Oct 1;128(10):4372-4386 2. Efgartigimod EMA assessment report - EMA/641081/2022 3. Efgartigimod FDA integrated review - 761195Orig1s000 4. Blumberg LJ. Sci Adv. 2019 Dec 18;5(12):eaax9586 5. Stifel research note – Momenta Pharmaceuticals, December 18, 2018 Evidence of translatability observed across multiple anti-FcRn agents 6. Ling, Clin Pharmacol Ther. 2019 Apr;105(4):1031-1039. 7. Momenta Investor Presentation – June 15, 2020 8. Smith B, MAbs. 2018 Oct;10(7):1111-1130 9. Kiessling P. Sci Transl Med. 2017 Nov 1;9(414):eaan1208 Product (Company) Impact on Albumin Levels from Baseline Cynomolgus Monkeys Clinical Data Efgartigimod (Argenx) • Reported no impact on albumin homeostasis1 • EMA public assessment report indicates that there was no impact on albumin levels across doses2 • Phase 1 reported multiple doses had no impact on albumin levels in humans1 • Phase 3 pivotal trials did not identify a safety signal of hypoalbuminemia3 SYNT-001 (Syntimmune) • Reported no difference in albumin levels from baseline for vehicle, 10, 30, or 100mg/kg4 • Phase 1 data showed no difference in albumin levels from baseline following a single dose of vehicle, 1, 3, 10, or 30mg/kg4 Nipocalimab (Momenta / J&J) • Data not published • Momenta management’s public commentary indicated that albumin reductions were seen in MAD studies in cynomolgus monkeys5 • Phase 1 reported reductions in albumin levels from baseline at 15 and 30mg/kg doses6 • Phase 2 showed reductions in albumin levels from baseline at 30 and 60mg/kg7 Rozanolixizumab (UCB) • Reported small reductions (1-13%) in albumin levels from baseline8 • Phase 1 reported a small decrease in albumin levels from baseline for both IV and SC (1-5%)9 Batoclimab (Immunovant) • Observed consistent reduction in albumin levels from baseline • Observed dose dependent decreases in albumin levels from baseline IMVT-1402 (Immunovant) • No or mininal impact on albumin levels observed from baseline (variability same as placebo) • Initial Phase 1 data available in mid-2023 For Investor Audiences Only

IgG Reduction and Clinical Efficacy 18

-100 -50 0 50 100 0 7 14 21 28 35 42 56 • 20 monkeys, dosed IV in head-to-head study across four groups • At comparable doses, IgG lowering is similar for both batoclimab and IMVT-1402 • Cynomolgus monkeys observed to be reliable pharmacodynamic proxy for anti-FcRn mediated impacts on IgG1,2 IMVT-1402 and batoclimab demonstrated similar, maximum IgG reduction 19 IgG concentration (mg/mL), mean percent change from baseline ± SD Day 1. Source: Lledo-Garcia, et al, Pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic modelling of the anti-FcRn monoclonal antibody rozanolixizumab: Translation from preclinical stages to the clinic, UCB Pharma, 2022. 2. Data on file at Immunovant Batoclimab 50 mg/kg (n=3) IMVT-1402 50 mg/kg (n=7) IMVT-1402 5 mg/kg (n=7) Placebo (n=3) Dose administration Head-to-Head Monkey Study We believe that deeper IgG suppression correlates with the clinical benefits across several anti-FcRn data sets For Investor Audiences Only

Clinical data in MG across anti-FcRn assets indicate strong correlation between deep IgG reduction and increased clinical efficacy The ADAPT Phase 3 trial of IV efgartigimod demonstrated that patients with deeper IgG reductions saw greater improvements in their disease activity (MG-ADL) compared to patients with lesser IgG suppression Patient-level data from Efgartigimod (n=84) arm in P3 study In Batoclimab's (IMVT) Phase 2 trial in MG, we observed deeper IgG and AChR autoantibody reductions correlated with bigger MG-ADL changes Data at week 7 Placebo (N=6) Batoclimab 340 mg / week (N=5) Batoclimab 680 mg / week (N=6) % Change in total IgG from baseline -3% -59% -76% % Change in Anti-AChR-IgG from baseline 2% -54% -87% % Change in MG-ADL from baseline 3% -23% -38% While a small n, deeper IgG and anti-AChR autoantibody reductions achieved greater % improvements in MG-ADL Nipocalimab Phase 2 trial in MG showed a correlation between IgG reductions and clinical activity Note: No clinical head-to-head comparisons of Immunovant product candidates and third party anti-FcRn assets has been conducted. 20 For Investor Audiences Only

Clinical data in multiple other autoantibody-driven indications suggest strong correlation between IgG reduction and clinical efficacy Immunovant’s Phase 2 trial in TED indicated that reduction in IgG led to greater restoration of normal levels of pathogenic Abs and greater proptosis response rates In efgartigimod Phase 2 in Pemphigus Vulgaris (PV), more intensive dosing regimens led to deeper skin responses In UCB’s Phase 2 trial in ITP, higher doses and greater IgG reductions were associated with better platelet responses *Week 6 data selected as it represents the latest time point at which the largest amount of patient data is available prior to the voluntary pause. **Post-hoc analysis of proptosis response at week 6. Proptosis response defined as proptosis reduction ≥2 mm in study eye, without ≥2 mm increase in non-study eye at same visit. Placebo Batoclimab 255 mg Batoclimab 340 mg Batoclimab 680 mg Median Max % IgG Reduction Through Week 6* 3% 54% 63% 79% % Subjects with Stimulatory anti-TSHR Antibody below 140 at Week 6 0% 0% 12% 57% Proptosis Response Rate at week 6** 0% 11% 29% 43% Cohort 1 Cohort 2 Cohort 3 Cohort 4 Dosing Dose 10mg/kg 10mg/kg 10mg/kg 25mg/kg Induction Dose Regimen QW, 4 weeks QW, 4 weeks QW, 4 weeks QW, until EoC Maintenance Dose Regimen Week 2, Week 6 Q2W, 8 weeks Q2W, 12 weeks Q2W, up to 34 weeks IgG Reduction* Est. Max IgG Reduction (Day 28) -56% -69% -62% -67% Est. IgG Reduction Day 120 11% -33% -52% -54% Efficacy† Complete Response 0% 0% 71% 60% Relapse 50% 67% 43% 29% Highest doses → highest sustained IgG reduction → higher CRs & lower relapse rates Argenx phase 2 PV/PF publication, Br J Dermatol. 2022 Mar;186(3):429-439; * Estimated by WebPlotDigitizer † End of Consolidation (EoC): the time at which no new lesions had developed for min. 2 weeks and ~80% of lesions had healed; Disease control (DC): no new lesions and established lesions starting to heal; Complete response (CR): no new lesions and established lesions completely healed; Relapse: Appearance of three or more new lesions per month that do not heal spontaneously in 1 week, or extension of established lesions, evaluated after DC Single Dose of Rozanolixizumab Est. IgG Reduction Mean platelet count (x109/L) % change platelet count (x109/L) Day 8 4 mg/kg 27%* 27 53% 7 mg/kg 27%* 21 53% 10 mg/kg 47%* 41 122% 15 mg/kg 52% 108 409% 20 mg/kg 60% 145 706% *IgG reduction at day 8 estimated by WebPlotDigitizer for 4mg/kg, 7mg/kg and 10mg/kg doses Note: No clinical head-to-head comparisons of Immunovant product candidates and third party anti-FcRn assets has been conducted. 21 For Investor Audiences Only

64% 62% 66% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Efgartigimod IV Efgartigimod IV Efgartigimod SC Mean IgG Lowering from Baseline ITP MG MG Efgartigimod Dosage Median IgG Reduction (Day 29) 10 mg / kg (approved dose) 62% 25 mg / kg 66% Efgartigimod IgG Reduction in Pemphigus Vulgaris ARGX IV: 10 mg/kg recommended for MG ARGX SC: 1,000 mg dose studied in ADAPT-SC bridging study In order to achieve IgG reductions beyond the 65% range, we believe efgartigimod dose would need to be increased beyond what is currently under study in clinical trials 22For Investor Audiences Only

Consistent evidence across all programs and all indicators that greater IgG reduction leads to greater efficacy Company Evidence of Greater IgG Reductions Translating to Clinical Benefit M G T E D IT P Greater IgG reductions across arms ➔ greater anti-AChR autoantibody reductions and greater MG-ADL improvements Patient-level scatter plot showed that greater IgG declines ➔ greater MG-ADL improvements Greater IgG reduction across arms ➔ higher rates of anti-TSHR antibody reduction and higher proptosis response rates Greater IgG reduction across arms ➔ greater platelet responses P V Greater sustained IgG reduction across arms ➔ higher complete response and lower relapse rates 23For Investor Audiences Only

Batoclimab and IMVT-1402’s unique product attributes amongst anti- FcRn assets provide significant potential impact to patient experience 1. ARGX MG PH3 IV, SC 2. Except as initial approvals in MG and ITP, which will be IV 10mg/kg QW 3. Estimated as pivotal trial dose of 30mg/kg IV loading dose followed by 15mg/kg Q2W IV was not studied in the proof-of-concept trial 4. Dosing amount disclosed for MG Phase 3 MG trial after loading dose of 30 mg/kg IV 24 5. Specific dosing TBD 6. Reported infusion times of 30-90mins for doses ranging from 4mg/kg to 20mg/kg in ITP as reported by Robak et. Al in Blood Nov 2019; 7. Based on TED P2 data 8. Potential Q2W dosing option also being explored Product Company Impact to Albumin and/or LDL IgG Reduction RoA Dosage/Dosing Regimen Injection / Infusion Time Efgartigimod Argenx None observed ~65%1 Weekly IV cycles x4 approved; Halozyme SC in development2 1,000 mg QW 1 minute Nipocalimab-MG JnJ Likely minimal at dose in MG program ~60s% with variation due to Q2W dosing3 IV 15 mg/kg4 Q2W Possibly as low as 7.5 minutes Rozanolixizumab UCB None or minimal at doses studied ~70’s% SC infusion 10 mg/kg or 7 mg/kg5 QW 30 – 90 minutes6 Batoclimab Immunovant Dose-dependent and reversible ~80%7 or ~65% SC 680 or 340 mg5 QW8 ~5-10 seconds per dose IMVT-1402 Immunovant None or minimal observed in cynos Likely similar to batoclimab SC Likely similar to batoclimab5 ~5-10 seconds per dose Batoclimab + IMVT- 1402 Advantages Deeper IgG reductions with higher dose More convenient formulation Offers dosing flexibility Fast administration No clinical head-to-head comparisons of Immunovant product candidates and third party anti-FcRn assets has been conducted. For Investor Audiences Only

De-risking CIDP Trial with Unique Design 25

CIDP represents an exciting opportunity Sources: 1. Broers M, et al (2019) Incidence and prevalence of CIDP: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Neuroepidemiology 52(3– 4):161–172; 2. Querol, L., et al. Systematic literature review of burden of illness in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP). J Neurol 268, 3706–3716 (2021).; 3. Kuitwaard K, Bos-Eyssen ME, Blomkwist-Markens PH et al (2009) Recurrences, vaccinations and long-term symptoms in GBS and CIDP. J Periph Nerv Syst 14(4):310–315. https://doi. org/10.1111/j.1529-8027.2009.00243.; 4. CSL Behring R&D Investor Briefting, 2021. CIDP-IVIG Market ~$3B Annual Sales 16,000 Total CIDP Patients in the US1,2 • CIDP represents 22% of total IVIG market by volume: ~$3B in global annual sales for IVIG in CIDP4 • Existing CIDP treatments can produce side effects and have logistical challenges • Target population: Active CIDP patients 70% of CIDP patients require ongoing treatment2,3 26 For Investor Audiences Only

Response to current treatments of IVIG and Plasma Exchange creates strong rationale for potential benefit of anti-FcRn mechanism axon Myelin Sheath (produced by Schwann cells) anti-myelinated peripheral nerve IgG in 30-40% patients1 autoantibodies neuron CIDP is characterized by predominant demyelination of motor and sensory nerves. Although the cause of CIDP is unknown, significant evidence suggests that the disorder(s) are immunologically mediated.1 Multiple immune mechanisms including cellular (macrophages), humoral and complement pathways contribute to the pathogenesis of CIDP.2,3 C5b-9MAC complement FcR plasma cell macrophage blood nerve barrier activated T-cell cytokines chemokinesinflammatory mediators APC antigen cytokines chemokines ’ Sources: 1. Mathey EK, Park SB, Hughes RAC, et al Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy: from pathology to phenotype Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 2015; 2. Koike H, Katsuno M. Pathophysiology of Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy: Insights into Classification and Therapeutic Strategy. Neurol Ther. 2020 Dec;9(2):213-227. doi: 10.1007/s40120-020-00190-8. Epub 2020 May 14; 3. Querol LA, Hartung HP, Lewis RA, van Doorn PA, Hammond TR, Atassi N, Alonso-Alonso M, Dalakas MC. The Role of the Complement System in Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy: Implications for Complement-Targeted Therapies. Neurotherapeutics. Apr 2022. 27 For Investor Audiences Only

Anti-FcRn mechanism of action degrades IgG, potentially protecting the myelin sheath from pathogenic IgG autoantibody attack in CIDP 28 Endothelial Cell Myelin Sheath In the absence of batoclimab, FcRn binds to the IgG autoantibodies, inhibiting their degradation and returning them into circulation. IgGs may attack the myelin resulting in myelin degradation and neuropathy With batoclimab, FcRn is blocked from binding to IgG autoantibodies, which are then transported to the lysosome for degradation, decreasing their levels in circulation and potentially reducing pathogenesis autoantibodies Batoclimab FcRNLegend: axon Degraded Myelin Sheath axon Intact Myelin Sheath Lysosome autoantibodies Endosome Source: Koike H, Katsuno M. Pathophysiology of Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy: Insights into Classification and Therapeutic Strategy. Neurol Ther. 2020 Dec;9(2):213-227. doi: 10.1007/s40120-020- 00190-8. Epub 2020 May 14. For Investor Audiences Only

Our development approach applies key learnings from historical and ongoing CIDP trials to address challenges unique to CIDP 29 Trial risks Mitigations Mitigation included in other anti-FcRn Trials* Mitigation included in IMVT trial Disease heterogeneity and challenging diagnosis Diagnostic algorithm X Mix of active and inactive disease among those enrolled creates risk of low relapse rate in the placebo arm, thereby shrinking potential effect size for the investigational product Patients enrolled in placebo arm of trial may not have demonstrated initial response to investigational product Double enrichment: Not All**1.Subjects must worsen after withdrawal / taper of standard of care (e.g. IVIG/SCIG, PLEX, or steroids) on study entry, AND 2.Subjects must then improve on open label investigational product Not All** Steroids are a common standard of care outside the US and often can't be fully tapered, weakening double enrichment Third enrichment: Primary endpoint on IVIG/SCIG/Plex cohort only to maximize the potential effect size X Lack of dose exploration Data on multiple doses in “Period 1” of trial will inform future development strategy X Single large trial limits flexibility to optimize product label and differentiation Smaller, initial pivotal trial that can be adjusted or complemented with a second smaller pivotal trial to optimize product label and differentiation based on new data X Notes: *Other anti-FcRn trials in CIDP include efgartigimod, nipocalimab, and rozanolixizumab. **clinical trial designs for efgartigimod in CIDP and nipocalimab in CIDP include double enrichment in trial design. Rozanolixizumab ph2 trial in CIDP did not include double enrichment. Two-stage approach (if additional trial is required for registration) has the potential to deliver a differentiated product label with a larger effect size For Investor Audiences Only

CIDP pivotal Phase 2b trial design intended to enable development of potentially best-in-anti-FcRn-class chronic therapy for CIDP A: Cohorts are defined by CIDP treatment at Screening., B: Participants who fail to worsen by Week 0 will be withdrawn from the study at Week 0., C: Period 1 Non-Responders who complete Period 1 will be withdrawn from the study after completing Week 12 and the subsequent 4-week Follow-Up visit. Period 1 Non-Responders who require protocol-prohibited rescue therapy prior to Week 12 will discontinue IMP and may return to standard of care; these participants will be encouraged to remain in the study for Safety Follow-Up through Week 12 and the Follow-Up Visit., D: Participants that relapse in Period 2 or complete Period 2 without relapse will be eligible for participation in the Long-Term Extension study. Acronyms: CIDP= Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy; EAN/PNS = European Academy of Neurology/Peripheral Nerve Society; Ig = immunoglobulin (IVIG and SCIG) therapy; IMP = investigational medicinal product; LTE = Long-term Extension; PLEX = plasma exchange; QW = every week; Wk = weekly; SC = subcutaneously; INCAT = Inflammatory Neuropathy Cause and Treatment Two dose regimens Period 1C: Randomized Treatment (12 weeks) Cohorts A (n=100): Randomize participants who worsen Cohort B: Same as A Cohort C: Randomize all Placebo-controlled Period 2D: Randomized Withdrawal (24 weeks) Placebo QW SC340mg batoclimab QW SC 680mg batoclimab QW SC 340mg batoclimab QW SC Efficacy analysis based on relapse (adjusted INCAT) Primary endpoint: proportion remaining relapse free by the end of period 2 for patients receiving Ig or PLEX at time of screening (Cohort A) Period 2 followed by LTE; 680mg QW x 4 for period 2 relapsers R a n d o m iz e T re a tm e n t R e s p o n d e rs ( 1 :1 ) 3 cohorts ScreeningA ≤ 28 days Cohort A Ig or PLEX Cohort B Corticosteroid Cohort C No treatment R a n d o m iz a ti o n ( 1 :1 ) Cohort A Stop Ig/PLEX Cohort B Taper corticosteroid Key selection criteria: Adult participants diagnosed per EAN/PNS CIDP guidelines, 2021 revision Week -12 Week 0 Week 12 analysis Week 36 analysis Study timeline Primary analysis only on Cohort A (IG/PLEX) WashoutB ≤ 12 weeks 30 For Investor Audiences Only

Immunovant pursuing a differentiated approach to developing batoclimab as a chronic treatment for CIDP 31 CIDP is an exciting indication that is ripe for disruption Our pivotal study is optimized versus historical and current studies Batoclimab has potential best-in-class efficacy and could be first simple SC 1 2 3 Representing meaningful innovation for patients with this chronic disease To improve probability of success and effect size, and include multiple doses for optimal differentiation Given disease complexity, trial design is critical Note: SC = Subcutaneous administration For Investor Audiences Only

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