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Adcock Ingram appoints new board members

Apr 10 2014 12:31
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ADCOCK INGRAM HOLDINGS LIMITED [JSE:AIP]

Last traded 70
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Cumulative volume 210520
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Last Updated: 01/01/0001 at 12:00. Prices are delayed by 15 minutes. Source: McGregor BFA

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Midrand - Resolutions were passed on Thursday at an extraordinary general meeting of Adcock Ingram shareholders, held at the company’s Midrand head office, to appoint three new board members.

Those appointed as independent directors are Dr Anna Mokgokong, co-founder and executive chair of Community Investment Holdings, Lindsay Ralphs, CEO of Bidvest South Africa and Roshan Morar, managing director of Morar Incorporated.

The appointment of these non-executive directors is with immediate effect.

These appointments follow the recent appointments of Brian Joffe as chair and Motty Sacks as non-executive director, respectively, of Adcock Ingram.

Adcock Ingram, listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange and manufactures, markets and distributes a wide range of healthcare products.

The company is a leading supplier to both the private and public sectors of the market.

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