Patheon N.V. (PTHN) CFO Grant to Retire
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Patheon N.V. (NYSE: PTHN) announced that its executive vice president and chief financial officer, Stuart Grant, plans to retire in 2017. Grant will remain in his current role until a successor has been appointed and a transition has been completed. The company has initiated a search to identify a replacement for Grant.
“We’re very grateful to Stuart for his significant contributions to the success of Patheon,” said Jim Mullen, chief executive officer, Patheon. “Stuart has been a great leader, colleague and friend. We wish him all the best in his well-deserved retirement.”
Grant added, ”I’ve been honored to be part of a great team at Patheon and look forward to assisting the company with the search and transition process.”
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