THE CFO of healthcare company BTG is stepping down to take on another role.
Rolf Soderstrom will remain as CFO until March 2012 to ensure a smooth handover to his successor, whose appointment is expected in the next few months.
Louise Makin, BTG’s CEO, said: “On behalf of the board, I would like to thank Rolf for his significant contributions to BTG’s performance since joining as CFO following our acquisition of Protherics PLC in December 2008.”
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