On the Couch with Jon Pilcher – CEO Neuren Pharma (NEU)

In this episode of 'On the Couch', Henry Jennings is joined by the CEO of one of the hottest Bio tech stories around currently, Jon Pilcher from Neuren (NEU). Jon joined Neuren in 2013 as CFO and was appointed CEO in May 2020. Before joining Neuren he was a member of the leadership team at Acrux throughout a period that included its IPO and listing on the ASX, the development and FDA approval of three novel pharmaceutical products and a transforming licensing deal with Eli Lilly in 2010. He formerly spent seven years in a series of senior financial positions in the R&D and corporate functions of international pharmaceutical groups Medeva and Celltech, which are now part of UCB. Jon is a Chartered Accountant and holds a degree in Biotechnology from the University of Reading in the UK.  He is a non-executive director of BTC Health. Neuren Pharmaceuticals (NEU) is developing new therapies for highly debilitating neurodevelopmental disorders that emerge in early childhood and are characterised by impaired connections and signalling between brain cells. Neuren's lead product trofinetide (also known as NNZ-2566) is licensed to Acadia Pharmaceuticals for North America, with Neuren retaining all rights outside North America and full access to all data generated by Acadia.   More about the author – Henry Jennings Henry Jennings, Senior Market Analyst and Media Commentator at Marcus Today Stock Market Newsletter, has been involved in financial markets since the 80s in London before emigrating to Australia. He first joined Deutsche Bank and then Macquarie Bank as Head of Equity Trading in Sydney. Since leaving Macquarie, Henry has been both an institutional and private client adviser. For the last seven years, Henry has been writing strategy and insights daily and is a frequent media commentator on all things finance on ABC TV and Radio, SBS and Ausbiz. He also hosts a series of podcasts talking to industry experts and the popular live Ask the Analyst session for Marcus Today.

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