GSK chief Emma Walmsley rounds out her top team with CFO pick — but performance lags
GlaxoSmithKline CEO Emma Walmsley is reaching into the global banking world to finish rounding out the top team she expects to reverse the pharma giant’s steady erosion over the past decade. HSBC’s Iain Mackay will gradually take the CFO reins by next spring, when he’ll be slowly replacing the departing Simon Dingemans.
Walmsley is bringing in a top finance figure after luring Hal Barron in as the new R&D chief, following the arrival of Luke Miels in a key commercial role. Everyone in this group has a sterling reputation, and they’ll need it to accomplish Walmsley’s key task in reversing a declining pharma group.
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