- Contracts of CEO Carsten Brockmeyer and CFO Nicolas Combé extended until June 30, 2022
- Appointment of COO Stefan Glombitza remains unchanged
- Contract extensions reflect the company’s successful and stable development
Munich – The Supervisory Board of the biosimilar company Formycon AG has extended the appointments of Dr. Carsten Brockmeyer, board member and CEO, and Dr. Nicolas Combé, board member and CFO, until June 30, 2022. With these contract extensions, the control committee is honoring the successful work carried out by the Formycon management team over recent years, and providing the continuity needed at the executive level of the company to allow further sustainable and successful development.
“Since its strategic focus on the development of biosimilars in 2013, Formycon’s development has been exceptionally pleasing. The extension of the executive board members’ contracts reflects not only the achievements of the entire Formycon team, but is also an expression of continuity within the company and the trusting cooperation between the Supervisory Board and Management Board”, says Dr. Olaf Stiller, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Formycon AG. “We are delighted to be continuing this exceptional collaboration with our management.”
Dr. Brockmeyer has been with Formycon since 2013 and, as a renowned biosimilars expert, is responsible for the company’s corporate and development strategy. Dr. Combé was one of the co-founders of the present-day Formycon, starting out with the company back in 2008, and is responsible for the Finance, Controlling, Legal and HR departments. Dr. Stefan Glombitza joined the Formycon Management Board in October 2016 being in charge of Formycon’s operational development. His position on the Management Board continues until September 30, 2021.
Under the leadership of the current management team, Formycon has established itself as an internationally renowned developer of biosimilars. Since 2013, the company has launched four biosimilar projects, of which one is already in the advanced stages of a phase III clinical trial.