Orphazyme to convene creditors for meeting on company restructuring

Orphazyme’s creditors and management will face each other on April 7 after a run of bad news from the biotech company.

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Biotech company Orphazyme’s has commenced in-court restructuring proceedings, a press release announces on Friday.

The company’s creditors have been summoned for a meeting on April 17, when they will be presented the plans, but won’t have their hands on the statutory restructuring plan until March 31.

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