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Perrigo promotes Neil Lister to UK leadership role

He will head up the firm's UK and Ireland business

Perrigo Neil ListerDublin-based Perrigo Company, has promoted Neil Lister to lead its newly-combined UK and Ireland business.

Lister joined Omega Pharma - Perrigo's branded consumer healthcare division - as general manager, UK and Ireland in 2011 and now takes up the role of vice president, managing director UK and Ireland at Perrigo.

In this role, he will be responsible for leading both the company's Omega Pharma organisation and Perrigo's consumer healthcare and prescription pharmaceutical business.

Lister said: “I am elated to be taking on this remit and have big ambitions to combine the agile way of working that made Omega Pharma's UK business so successful, with the might of Perrigo.”

Lister brings nearly 20 years of business management experience to his new role, having spent 12 years at Procter & Gamble where he held increasingly senior positions, including head of pharmacy channel, oral care Western Europe.

25th April 2016

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