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BioAmber announces CFO transition

April 3, 2017
Life sciences

BioAmber Inc. announced today that the Company has entered into a mutual separation agreement with Mario Saucier, in connection with his departure from his role of Chief Financial Officer effective March 28, 2017.

BioAmber intends to initiate a search for a replacement CFO and until such time, Raymond J. Land, the current Chairman of the Board, has been appointed as the company’s interim Chief Financial Officer effective March 28, 2017.

Mr. Land has served on BioAmber’s Board since 2011. Prior to his retirement, Mr. Land served as Sr. VP and CFO of Clarient, Inc., a cancer diagnostics company, Sr. VP and CFO of Safeguard Scientifics, Inc., a venture capital firm, and Sr. VP and CFO for Genencor International Inc., from 1997 until its acquisition in 2005. Mr. Land has also held various positions at Campbell Soup Company Inc. and at Coopers & Lybrand, an accounting firm. – See more at: http://investor.bio-amber.com/#committees

Source: BioAmber

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