DERMATOLOGY specialist LEO Pharma has appointed Nick Craig as its finance director for UK & Ireland.
An experienced finance professional, Craig has served in a number of roles with Procter & Gamble and Warner Chilcott.
“I am delighted to welcome Nick to lead our finance team in the UK and Ireland, said Geraldine Murphy, managing director, LEO Pharma UK/Ireland.
“I am confident that his style of leadership, together with his extensive financial and systems knowledge gained across several different sectors, together with his passion for business partnering, will prove to be invaluable to our team.”
Craig said that LEO has a “strong sense of purpose and passion” for its work. “It is clear that these values and sense of purpose permeate throughout the organisation,” he added.
LEO Pharma helps people manage skin conditions, across more than 100 countries. It was founded in 1908 and is owned by the LEO Foundation.
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