EuroBiotech: More Articles of Note

TiGenix priced its Nasdaq IPO, both the U.K.'s ABPI and Europe's EFPIA gained new leaders, while Ipsen lost its CSO.

> Ipsen has said that Claude Bertrand will step down as EVP, R&D and CSO with Alexandre Lebeaut to lead its research and development division in the interim. Capital story

> AstraZeneca’s U.K. head Lisa Anson has been elected as the next president of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI), the main pharma R&D trade group in Britain, starting in April. Release

> The European trade group for pharma R&D is also going through changes at the top, as EFPIA announces its long-term director-general Richard Bergström is to leave. EFPIA said it has appointed Eric Cornut as its interim director general. Statement


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> Belgium biotech TiGenix has raised $35.65 million gross under its Nasdaq IPO, representing 46 million ordinary shares, at a price to the public of $15.50—a 14% discount on its shares. The company, which works on injectable stem cell therapies for perianal fistulas, plans to list on the Nasdaq under the symbol $TIG. Release

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