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UDG Healthcare’s Chris Corbin to retire

CEO of Ashfield Commercial & Medical Services to step down in 2019

Ashfield Chris CorbinChief executive officer of Ashfield Commercial & Medical Services Chris Corbin is to retire from his post in April 2019.

Corbin will transfer to the role of chairman of Ashfield - part of the UDG Healthcare group - once his successor has been appointed in order to facilitate a phased transition of responsibilities over the next two years.

Corbin co-founded Ashfield Healthcare, a UK contract sales organisation, with his wife Samantha Corbin in 1996, and the firm became part of the UDG group in 2000.

He has served as a main board director of UDG Healthcare since then, growing Leicester-based Ashfield to encompass eight units with 5,500 employees across 20 countries worldwide.

Brendan McAtamney, chief executive of UDG Healthcare, said: “I would like to thank Chris for his substantial contribution to the success of both the group and Ashfield since joining us in 2000.

“Under his leadership, Ashfield has developed into a leading international healthcare services organisation and a key division of the group.

“We will work closely with Chris over the next two and a half years to ensure a professional transition process and thereafter wish him the very best in retirement.”

3rd October 2016

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