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Haemonetics announces CFO's retirement

April 15, 2016
Life sciences

Haemonetics Corporation announced today that Christopher Lindop, Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President, Business Development has announced his retirement from Haemonetics Corporation effective May 27, 2016. The Company announced it will immediately begin a search for Mr. Lindop’s successor.

Mr. Lindop joined the Company in 2007 and has led the Company’s finance, investor relations and business development activities.

“Chris has made significant contributions to our global business and we wish him the best on his well-deserved retirement,” said Ron Gelbman, Interim CEO.

Source: Haemonetics

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