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US Biotech innovator hires new chief financial and business officer

iBio, a biotech innovator and biologics contract manufacturing organization, today announced the appointment of Robert M. Lutz as its Chief Financial & Business Officer (“CFBO”), effective March 4, 2021.

“I am pleased to welcome Rob to iBio where we expect he will make an immediate impact on our business during this transformative time,” said Tom Isett, Chairman & CEO of iBio. “His deep experience across corporate finance and business development functions, breadth of public company experience, and demonstrated expertise in building product portfolios is a tremendous fit for iBio as we seek to execute on our new business model.”

Before joining Strongbridge, Mr. Lutz spent more than a decade at Shire Pharmaceuticals (“Shire”) in leadership positions with global responsibilities, including identifying opportunities for acquisition, licensing, partnership, and development for Shire’s largest business unit (Neuroscience) and the financial management of approximately $5 billion in revenue for its Specialty Pharmaceuticals division. Prior to joining Shire, Mr. Lutz served in a variety of financial, strategic, and executive positions after having started his career at Goldman Sachs & Company. He holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and a BA in Economics and Computer Science from Amherst College.

“It is an exciting time to be joining iBio,” Mr. Lutz commented. “There is a unique opportunity to leverage the strengths of the Company’s high-speed, plant-based biopharmaceutical production capabilities across multiple product categories and therapeutic areas. I look forward to working with the team to expand the product pipeline, accelerate growth, and enhance value for our shareholders.”

As CFBO, Mr. Lutz will lead iBio’s finance organization and be responsible for building strong licensing capabilities and the financial planning & analysis function, as well as supporting iBio’s relationships with the investment community.

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