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Lupin, the Indian generics and branded pharmaceutical company, has made Theresa Stevens Chief Corporate Development Officer. She will be responsible for worldwide operations including global mergers and acquisitions and “specialty” business strategy. She moves from the same position at Aptalis Pharma, where she oversaw mergers and acquisitions, strategy and global business development. She previously held senior positions for nine years at Novartis.
As well as drug development, Lupin produces active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs). The company bought last month Mexican drugmaker Grin as a “bridgehead” to generics and API growth in the region.
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