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Ipsen appoints new executive vp and president, primary care

Benoit Hennion will also join the executive leadership team

Benoit HennionIpsen has appointed Benoit Hennion as its new executive vice president and president, primary care.

Previously based in the corporate strategic planning team, Hennion has spent 11 years at Ipsen holding leadership roles such as vice president, Asia-Pacific specialty care and general manager for its operations in France.

David Meek, CEO at Ipsen, said: “Throughout his 11 years at Ipsen, Benoit has consistently demonstrated his strategic vision and ability to drive change.

“His thorough knowledge of Ipsen’s primary care portfolio, together with his broad, international leadership experience and indisputable leadership skills, will enable Benoit to play a central role in the on-going transformation of our global primary care operations into a sustainable business, focused on meeting our patients’ needs.”

Hennion succeeds Jean Fabre who served Ipsen for nearly a decade.

21st March 2017

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