April 17, 2020

“Institutional investors in 15 major pharmaceutical companies have called on the drugmakers to set aside rivalries and short-term interests and cooperate on finding solutions to the coronavirus.

The investor group – which holds more than 1.9 trillion euros ($2.1 trillion) in assets and includes Nordea, Nomura, Boston Common Asset Management and Dutch pension fund PGGM – said it will send drugmakers including Roche, Johnson & Johnson and Gilead, a list of principles it wants them to abide by for the coming year.”

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Published On: April 17, 2020Categories: In the News