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24th Annual Credit Suisse Healthcare

Conference
David Meline
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
November 10, 2015

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measures, if these slides are in hard copy, accompany the hard copy presentation or, if these slides are delivered electronically, are available on the Company's
website at www.amgen.com within the Investors section.
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

Amgen Is Positioned Well for Future


Sustainable Growth
We will meet or exceed the commitments we made to
shareholders in October 2014
We are driving meaningful growth of key products, including
Enbrel, Prolia, XGEVA, Vectibix, Sensipar and Nplate
We expect our legacy products to continue to deliver strong
cash flows for many years to come
With six launches, a significant new product cycle is underway
We are active in business development
Our pipeline has made significant progress in the last year
Guidance as of October 28, 2015, and is not being updated at this time.
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

We Expect to Meet or Exceed the Commitments


We Made to Shareholders in October 2014
Key 2018 Commitments

Status

Double-digit adjusted EPS* growth, on average,


through 20142018

On track; 17% growth 20142015 YTD

Adjusted operating margin* of 52%54% vs. 38% in 2013

On track; 49% margin YTD

$1.5B gross cost savings, $800M net of reinvestment

On track; $700M gross savings by year-end 2015 and


$1.1B by year-end 2016

Headcount reduction of 3,5004,000

On track

Facilities footprint reduction of 23%

On track; 16% reduction in 2015

Return of ~ 60% of adjusted net income* to shareholders, on


average

On track; dividend increased 30% for 2015 and 27%


increase planned for 2016; expect ~ $4-5B
cumulative share repurchases through year-end 2016

*Adjusted, non-GAAP financial measureif this slide is in hard copy, see reconciliations accompanying the presentation, or if this slide is delivered electronically,
or amounts pertain to previously issued financial guidance, see reconciliations available at: www.amgen.com within the Investors section
Guidance as of October 28, 2015, and is not being updated at this time.
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

Our Growth Products Are Performing Well;


Legacy Products Generate Strong Cash Flows
$ Billions, Worldwide Net Sales
Enbrel

YTD Sep. 30 15
$3.9
1.0
1.0
0.9
0.4
0.4
0.4
3.6
1.5
1.5
0.8
0.2
$15.6

XGEVA
Sensipar/Mimpara
Prolia
Vectibix
Nplate
Kyprolis
Neulasta
EPOGEN
Aranesp
NEUPOGEN
Other*
Total Product Sales
*Other includes MN Pharma, BLINCYTO, Bergamo, Corlanor and Repatha
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

YoY
17%
17%
23%
30%
11%
11%
52%
4%
1%
0%
(11%)
10%

Six Major Regulatory Approvals Over the Last Year

We Expect Kyprolis and Repatha


to be Blockbuster Sales Opportunities
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

Neulasta Onpro Kit Launch


Is Progressing Very Well

~ 19% share of Neulasta business in Q3 2015


Important differentiator versus potential biosimilar competition
Note: Refer to the Instructions for Use for complete administration instructions
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

New Kyprolis Indication in Relapsed Multiple


Myeloma Is Driving Future Growth
The KRd regimen, approved in the U.S. in July, is increasingly
recognized by many as the new standard of care for relapsed
multiple myeloma*
KRd new patient share has doubled in the relapsed setting since
ASPIRE approval
Expect continued sales growth as new relapsed patients start and stay
on therapy for longer duration
ENDEAVOR U.S. PDUFA January 22, 2016
Expect approvals in Europe, Canada and some South American and
Asian countries in Q4 15
*Following 13 prior lines of therapy
KRd = Kyprolis + Revlimid + dexamethasone; PDUFA = Prescription Drug User Fee Act
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

We Are Maximizing the Repatha Opportunity Globally


Current Progress

Next Steps

Ongoing payer negotiations globally

Japan approval expected H1 2016;


partnered with Astellas in Japan

Event-driven outcomes study


events expected to be accrued by
mid-year 2016

Intravascular ultrasound (IVUS)


study H2 2016

First PCSK9 to be approved (EU),


now also approved in U.S.
and Canada
Key program design attributes
Simple, single dose delivering
intensive, predictable LDL-C reduction
Every-two-weeks or once-monthly
dosing options and HoFH indication
30-day room temperature stability
in U.S.

Single-injection monthly dosing


option submitted in U.S. and EU

LDL-C = low-density lipoprotein cholesterol; HoFH = homozygous familial hypercholesterolemia


Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

We Are Successfully Executing Our Repatha Launch


U.S. Launch Update:

Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified


by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

Sales force fully trained and promoting Repatha


within five days of approval

> 80% of top targets have been reached in the first


four weeks

Significant ongoing speaker program activity

More than 37,000 visits to Repathahcp.com for


healthcare providers, with an average time on
site of > 5 minutes

Volume of insurance verifications through


RepathaReady running significantly ahead
of projections

National and regional plan negotiations ongoing;


Express Scripts co-preferred formulary position
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We Are Defending Our Mature Brands


Leveraging both EPOGEN and Aranesp in dialysis clinics
Good response to Neulasta Onpro kit (includes On-body
Injector) with 19% share of Neulasta units in Q3
NEUPOGEN maintained ~ 77% share of the short-acting
G-CSF segment in the U.S. in Q3
We will compete account by account, based on our decadeslong history of reliably supplying safe, effective medicines
We will leverage our U.S. experience vs. branded
competition and EU experience vs. biosimilars
G-CSF = granulocyte colony-stimulating factor
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

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We Expect Biosimilars to Be More Like Branded


Biologics Than Generic Small Molecules
Significant and specialized development, manufacturing
and commercialization expertise required for success
Investment of ~ $200M per molecule required versus
<$5M for a small molecule generic
Regulatory and customer requirements more stringent
than small molecule generics
We expect patients, providers and payers to place a high value
on the reputation, reliability and safety of biosimilars
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

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Amgen Biosimilars Have the Potential


to Deliver $3B+ in Annual Revenue
Status

Originator Worldwide
2014 Sales*

ABP 501

Phase 3 complete (RA and PsO)

HUMIRA ~ $13B

ABP 980

Phase 3 breast cancer

Herceptin ~ $7B

ABP 215

Phase 3 complete (NSCLC)

Avastin ~ $7B

ABP 710

Phase 1

REMICADE ~ $9B

ABP 798

Clinical ready

RITUXAN ~ $8B

ABP 494

Process development

ERBITUX ~ $2B

Molecules #7#9

Process development

~ $7B

Total

~ $52B

RA = rheumatoid arthritis; PsO = psoriasis; NSCLC = non-small-cell lung cancer


*Per company-reported numbers and EvaluatePharma (February 24, 2015), numbers may not add due to rounding.
Guidance as of September 18, 2015, and is not being updated at this time.
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

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Our Next Set of Pipeline Opportunities Is Advancing


Clinical Program

Indication

Milestone

Etelcalcetide

Secondary hyperparathyroidism

Global regulatory reviews ongoing

Omecamtiv mecarbil*

Heart failure

Phase 2 complete

Romosozumab

Postmenopausal osteoporosis

Phase 3 registrational data expected H1 2016

AMG 334

Migraine prophylaxis

Phase 3 episodic migraine study enrolling


Phase 2b chronic migraine data expected 2016

ABP 215 biosimilar


bevacizumab (Avastin)

Advanced NSCLC

Phase 3 study complete

ABP 501 biosimilar


adalimumab (HUMIRA)

Inflammatory diseases

Global regulatory submissions expected Q4 2015

ABP 780 biosimilar


trastuzumab (Herceptin)

Breast cancer

Phase 3 data expected H2 2016

*Developed in collaboration with Cytokinetics; Developed in world-wide collaboration with UCB and Astellas in Japan; Developed in collaboration with Novartis
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

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We Will Continue to Be Active


in Strategic Business Development
2015 Transactions
Preclinical

CAR-T immuno-oncology
collaboration

Phase 1

CNP 520BACE inhibitor with


differentiated development
strategy

Expands on existing
bispecific antibody platform
and expertise in multiple
myeloma (CD-38)

Equity investment; secondgeneration BTK inhibitor in latestage development for CLL

Expands cardiovascular
franchise with potentially
best-in-class CETP inhibitor

CLL = chronic lymphocytic leukemia


Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

Phase 3

Phase 2

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We Have Increased Our 2015 Revenue


and EPS Guidance Three Times This Year
Updated
Guidance

Previous
Guidance

$21.4B$21.6B

$21.1B$21.4B

$9.95$10.10

$9.55$9.80

Adjusted Tax Rate*

18%19%

18%19%

Capital Expenditures

~ $700M

~ $700M

Revenue
Adjusted EPS*

*Adjusted, non-GAAP financial measureif this slide is in hard copy, see reconciliations accompanying the presentation, or if this slide is delivered electronically,
or amounts pertain to previously issued financial guidance, see reconciliations available at: www.amgen.com within the Investors section
Guidance as of October 28, 2015, and is not being updated at this time.
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

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Our 2016 Preliminary Revenue and EPS Guidance


Shows Continued Progress Toward Long-Term Goals
Preliminary Guidance
Revenue

$21.7B$22.3B

Adjusted EPS*

$10.35$10.75

Adjusted Tax Rate*

20.5%21.5%

Capital Expenditures

~ $700M

Dividend Growth

27%

Share Repurchases

~ $2B$3B

*Adjusted, non-GAAP financial measureif this slide is in hard copy, see reconciliations accompanying the presentation, or if this slide is delivered electronically,
or amounts pertain to previously issued financial guidance, see reconciliations available at: www.amgen.com within the Investors section
Guidance as of October 28, 2015, and is not being updated at this time.
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

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Amgen Is Positioned Well for Future


Sustainable Growth
Our focus, expense discipline and priorities are clear
Successfully execute on new product launches, including
Kyprolis and Repatha
Grow key products, including Enbrel, Prolia, XGEVA,
Vectibix, Sensipar and Nplate
Advance our robust pipeline of important medicines
Transform our business to increase agility and deliver
efficiencies and cost savings across the company
Continue to deliver progress against long-term objectives
Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified
by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

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Reconciliations

Amgen Inc.
Reconciliations of GAAP Diluted Earnings Per Share to Adjusted Diluted Earnings Per Share
($ In millions)
(Unaudited)

GAAP earnings per share (diluted)


Adjustments to GAAP earnings per share (a):
Acquisition-related expenses (b)
Certain charges pursuant to our restructuring and other cost savings initiatives (c)
Expense related to various legal proceedings
Expense resulting from clarified guidance on branded prescription drug fee (d)
Write-off of acquired inprocess research and development program
Non-cash interest expense associated with our convertible notes
Other tax adjustments (e)
Adjusted earnings per share (diluted)

(a)

Nine months ended


September 30, 2015

Year ended
December 31, 2014

Nine months ended


September 30, 2014

6.70

6.70

5.02

0.86
0.16
0.08
(0.02)
7.78

1.30
0.52
0.17
0.04
(0.03)
8.70

0.98
0.37
0.19
(0.02)
6.54

Year ended
December 31, 2013
$

6.64

0.91
0.06
0.02
0.01
(0.04)
7.60

The above adjustments are presented net of their related per-share tax impact of $0.53 and $0.69 for the nine months ended September 30, 2015 and 2014, respectively, and $0.93 and $0.49 for
the years ended December 31, 2014 and 2013, respectively.

(b) To exclude acquisition-related expenses related primarily to non-cash amortization of intangible assets, including developed product technology rights, acquired in business combinations. The
2014 periods also included a $99-million charge related to the termination of a supply contract with F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd. as a result of acquiring the licenses to filgrastim and pegfilgrastim
effective January 1, 2014.
(c)

To exclude expenses related primarily to severance, as well as accelerated depreciation and other charges related to the closure of our facilities.

(d) To exclude the expense related to the Internal Revenue Service issuing final regulations that required us to recognize an additional year of the non-tax deductible branded prescription drug fee.
(e)

The adjustments related to certain prior period items excluded from adjusted earnings. The 2015 adjustments also included the impact from a change in interpretation of tax law. The 2013
adjsutments also included the impact of resolving certain non-routine transfer-pricing and acquisition-related issues with tax authorities

Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified


by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

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Amgen Inc.
Reconciliations of GAAP Operating Income and Margin to Adjusted Operating Income and Margin
($ In millions)
(Unaudited)
Nine months ended
September 30, 2015
GAAP operating income
Adjustments to operating income:
Acquisition-related expenses (a)
Certain charges pursuant to our restructuring and other cost savings initiatives (b)
Expense related to various legal proceedings
Stock option expense
Total adjustments to operating income
Adjusted operating income

6,437

Product sales
GAAP operating margin
Impact of total adjustments to operating income
Adjusted operating margin

Year ended
December 31, 2013
$

5,867

1,010
166
73
1,249
7,686

986
71
14
34
1,105
6,972

15,615

18,192

41.2%
8.0%
49.2%

32.3%
6.0%
38.3%

(a)

The adjustments related primarily to non-cash amortization of intangible assets, including developed product technology rights, acquired in
business combinations.

(b)

The adjustments related primarily to severance, as well as accelerated depreciation and other charges related to the closure of our facilities.

Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified


by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

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Reconciliation of GAAP EPS Guidance to Adjusted


EPS Guidance for the Years Ending December 31, 2015 and 2016
(Unaudited)

2015
GAAP diluted EPS guidance.......................................................................................... ..

Known adjustments to arrive at Adjusted earnings*:


Acquisition-related expenses.................................................................................. (a)
Restructuring charges............................................................................................
Legal proceeding expense.....................................................................................
Tax adjustments..................................................................................................... (b)

Adjusted diluted EPS guidance .................................................................................... ..

8.47

0.19

9.95

2016
$

8.66

1.18
0.09
(0.02)

0.23

10.10

8.89

0.09

10.35

1.32
-

The known adjustments are presented net of their related tax impact which amount to approximately $0.66 to $0.69 per share in 2015 and 2016,
each in the aggregate.

(a)

The adjustments relate primarily to non-cash amortization of intangible assets acquired in prior year business combinations.

(b)

The adjustments relate to a change in interpretation of tax law and certain prior period items excluded from adjusted earnings.

9.34

0.14

10.75

Reconciliation of GAAP Tax Rate Guidance to Adjusted


Tax Rate Guidance for the Years Ending December 31, 2015 and 2016
(Unaudited)

2015
GAAP tax rate guidance.................................................................................................
Tax rate effect of known adjustments discussed above.............................................
Adjusted tax rate guidance ...........................................................................................

Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified


by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

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14.0%
3.0%
18.0%

2016
16.0%

18.5%

4.0%
19.0%

19.5%

2.0%
20.5%

21.5%

Amgen Inc.
Reconciliation of Future GAAP to Adjusted Financial Measures
Management has presented herein certain forward-looking statements about the Companys future financial performance that include non-GAAP (or asadjusted) operating margin and earnings per share for various years through December 31, 2018. These nonGAAP financial measures are derived by
excluding certain amounts, expenses or income, from the corresponding financial measures determined in accordance with GAAP. The determination of the
amounts that are excluded from these non-GAAP financial measures are a matter of management judgment and depend upon, among other factors, the
nature of the underlying expense or income amounts recognized in a given period. We are unable to present a quantitative reconciliation of the
aforementioned forward-looking non-GAAP financial measures to their most directly comparable forward-looking GAAP financial measure because
management cannot reliably predict all of the necessary components of such GAAP measures. Historically, management has excluded the following items
from these non-GAAP financial measures, and such items may also be excluded in future periods and could be significant:

Expenses related to the acquisition of businesses, including amortization and / or impairment of acquired intangible assets, including in-process
research and development, adjustments to contingent consideration, integration costs, severance and retention costs and transaction costs;
Charges associated with restructuring or cost saving initiatives, including but not limited to asset impairments, accelerated depreciation,
severance costs and lease abandonment charges;
Legal settlements or awards;
The tax effect of the above items; and
Non-routine settlements with tax authorities.

Provided November 10, 2015, as part of an oral presentation and is qualified


by such, contains forward-looking statements, actual results may vary
materially; Amgen disclaims any duty to update.

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24th Annual Credit Suisse Healthcare


Conference
David Meline
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
November 10, 2015