US drugmaker AstraZeneca lines up finance chief Marc Dunoyer to head Alexion

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AstraZeneca said on Friday it had appointed Alexion’s Aradhana Sarin as its new chief financial officer as it shifts existing CFO Marc Dunoyer to a new role leading the US-based drugmaker after the pair’s merger.

AstraZeneca agreed to buy Alexion in December in its largestever deal, a bet on rare-disease immunology which also includes a fast-growing cancer medicines unit and a major COVID-19 vaccine.

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London-listed AstraZeneca said Sarin’s appointment was conditional upon the completion of its $39 billion buyout of Alexion.

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Dunoyer will become the US drugmaker’s chief executive officer while also being appointed chief strategy officer at AstraZeneca. He will leave the Anglo-Swedish company’s board but continue to report to CEO Pascal Soriot.

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