Gardner, 39, will take on the post in July, after leaving his position as managing director at private investment bank Lazard LLC. He will also join the board of Strakan.
In a statement, the company said Gardner would have ‘overall responsibility for the financial and management accounting systems within Strakan and would actively participate in the development of the company’s strategy as it continues to expand its operations and bring new prescription medicines to the market.’
Strakan chief executive, Harry Stratford, said the company was delighted to welcome Gardner and said he brought with him a wealth of financial and banking experience.
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