Prof Wilhelm to step down from Wilex
This article was originally published in Scrip
Wilex co-founder Professor Olaf G Wilhelm will step down as chief executive officer of the company and chair of the executive management board when his director's contract expires on 31 March 2014. Wilex said Professor Wilhelm would leave the firm "in view of the future direction of the company and the necessary adjustments by mutual consent with the supervisory board." Professor Wilhelm helped found the Munich, Germany-based company in 1997 and has served as CEO since 2001. He will be replaced by current chief financial officer Dr Jan Schmidt-Brand – effective 1 April 2014. The company said this decision reflected the re-positioning of Wilex, which is planning to focus on its ADC technology and push the commercialization of clinical development projects with a team of approximately 50 employees with emphasis in Ladenburg.
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