Genmab CFO targets 39-percent recurring revenue growth in 2022

Anthony Pagano, CFO of Genmab, is expecting revenue growth of 39 percent from the products marketed by the company itself in 2022.

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In the current financial year, Danish biotech firm Genmab is hoping for a 39-percent growth in revenue from products it markets itself, meaning the company’s recurring revenue.

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