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Tigermed and Frontage Laboratories Complete Strategic Investment Agreement

Source: Company News Release

Hangzhou Tigermed Consulting Co., Ltd. and Frontage Laboratories, Inc. today announced completion of the previously announced investment agreement, following approval by the China Securities and Regulatory Commission. Tigermed, a leading provider of outsourced clinical development services across China and Asia Pacific regions to the pharmaceutical and medical device industries has acquired a majority position in the ownership of Frontage, a recognized leader in bioanalysis, preclinical studies, early phase clinical studies and product development services for biopharmaceutical organizations.

“Our strategic partnership with Frontage firmly establishes our global clinical trial network,” said Dr. Xiaoping Ye, Founder and CEO of Tigermed. “The two companies share similar philosophies and operational approaches, which combined with additional complementary strengths in research integrity and reliability will now benefit clients on a much larger scale.”

“Joining efforts with Tigermed allows us to expand our geographic range and align our early development services with Tigermed’s late phase clinical operations for a scope that will serve clients looking for full-service, high quality, global drug development resources, “ said Song Li, Founder and CEO of Frontage.

Frontage will continue to operate independently, and will retain its existing company name, management team and operations facilities.

 

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