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Guy Oliver appointed General Manager for Bristol Myers Squibb

Guy Oliver has been appointed as General Manager for Bristol Myers Squibb, leading the UK and Ireland’s commercial affiliate, as it enters a period of renewal, transforming its product portfolio through its mission to help patients prevail over serious disease.

Guy will also sit on the European Markets Leadership Team reporting into Monica Shaw, Senior Vice President and Head of European Markets. His background brings significant expertise in Bristol Myers Squibb’s therapeutic areas of oncology, haematology, immunology, cardiovascular and neuroscience.

Commenting on his appointment, Guy Oliver said: “I’m delighted to be joining Bristol Myers Squibb at this exciting time. I look forward to working with the team to deliver on our bold ambitions to deliver more medicines to patients in the UK and Ireland. As a certified Great Place to Work® UK, Bristol Myers Squibb has demonstrated its commitment not just to patients but also to the many talented people the company employs here. I’m looking forward to joining a thriving and inclusive culture where we can learn from and empower each other to do great things.”

Monica Shaw, Senior Vice President of European Markets, Bristol Myers Squibb said: “We are thrilled to welcome Guy at this pivotal moment for us as we expand our portfolio, bringing new and innovative medicines to help patients across a broadening range of chronic conditions in the UK and Ireland” said “As someone who is passionate about accelerating access to innovative therapies, Guy is the perfect leader to carry out our mission of helping patients prevail over serious diseases.”

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Joanna Harvey
Joanna Harvey
Marketing and Communication Executive | Uniphar Commercial

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