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Perrigo Appoints Ray Silcock As CFO

Perrigo Company plc (PRGO) Wednesday said it has appointed Ray Silcock as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, effective March 25, 2019.

Ray will lead the global finance, tax, internal audit, investor relations, corporate communications, business development and treasury functions. He will report to President and Chief Executive Officer, Murray Kessler.

Silcock joins Perrigo having been CFO of both public and private equity held companies for over 20 years. Most recently, he was CFO at INW Holdings, a contract packer of vitamins, minerals and supplements. Ray also served on the Board of Directors of Pinnacle Foods Inc. for more than ten years until its sale to Conagra last year.

Perrigo President and CEO Murray S. Kessler commented, "I have worked with Ray professionally on and off for over 30 years, including as my CFO at UST Inc. where we built great shareholder value. He has deep experience as a public company consumer packaged goods CFO across both branded and private label companies."

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