Sir Allen McClay sets up charitable trust to jointly own Almac
This article was originally published in Scrip
Sir Allen McClay, founder of Northern Ireland-based pharmaceutical services company the Almac Group, has transferred part of his ownership of the company to a new charitable trust, the McClay Foundation.
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