Board on new Orphazyme CEO: He has the management style we want

Orphazyme's newly appointed CEO is of a different build than his predecessor, Kim Stratton, as his management style is more transparent and inclusive, according to Vice Chairman Bo Jesper Hansen, who is excited that the new top exec is moving to Denmark and already learning the language.

Orphazyme vice chairman Bo Jesper Hansen

"A scoop like no other."

This is how vice chairman at Orphazyme Bo Jesper Hansen describes the company board's successful endeavor to recruit Amgen's former Senior Vice president, General Manager, US Oncology Business Christophe Bourdon for the role of CEO for Orphazyme's around 150 employees.

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