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Clinical Supplies Management Names Two New Executives
Date:5/18/2017

Clinical Supplies Management (“CSM”), a Great Point Partners II (“GPP”) portfolio company, today announced two new executive appointments as the company continues to grow. CSM has doubled in size over the past six months with the acquisition of businesses in Belgium and Germany and is executing an aggressive growth strategy.

Roger Gasper joins CSM as Chief Financial Officer. Roger has over 25 years of experience in finance and was most recently Chief Financial Officer of the JG Wentworth Company, a publicly held, diversified financial services company with over $4 Billion in assets. Previously, Roger spent several years in the life science industry at Ricerca, Nordion and MDS Pharma Services and started his career at Ernst & Young. Roger will be responsible for global finance and treasury functions and joins the executive leadership team.

Scott Houlton, Chief Executive Officer commented, “I welcome Roger to the CSM team and look forward to working with him as we increase our scale and capability to support our global operations. Roger has great experience in both private and public companies and has extensive international experience that will instantly add value to CSM.”

CSM also named David Fontaine as Vice President, Sales and Marketing. David was most recently Chief Business Development Officer at B&C Group prior to being acquired by CSM. David has nearly 20 years of experience with a strong background in growing businesses and was instrumental in establishing the business development function at B&C Group. He has broad industry experience including business development positions at GSK, Crucell and Dynavax. David will also join the executive leadership team and have responsibility for sales and marketing globally for CSM.

“I am pleased to have David take on global responsibility in this new role. David has established robust business development processes and has been actively leading the integration of sales and marketing across CSM. Our sales and marketing group has grown rapidly over the past several months and I am excited with the progress already seen in attracting new customers to CSM,” said Scott Houlton.

About Clinical Supplies Management
Since 1997, CSM has been providing innovative solutions to meet the complex clinical supply challenges pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies face. CSM manages the clinical supply chain for hundreds of satisfied clients worldwide, providing services that keep clinical trials on time and on budget. CSM offers a full suite of cGMP-compliant services, continually delivering quality supplies to clinical sites and patients around the world. From Phase I all the way to large Phase III and IV projects, CSM has the flexibility to meet the needs of all drug trials regardless of size and scope. CSM’s customer-centric approach, revolutionary processes and state-of-the-art clinical services increase efficiencies, reduce costs and improve outcomes for clinical trials.

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