The Company’s Board will conduct a formal process to appoint a CEO to solely focus on Taro. Mr. Sundaram will assist the Board with its search, and will remain with Taro through the end of 2016 to ensure a smooth and successful transition for his successor.
Commenting on the transition, Mr.
Mr. Sundaram added, “I am grateful and privileged to be associated with Taro for the past four years as a Board member and three years as CEO. I am also proud of what the Taro team has accomplished during that time. By all measures, the Company has executed very well over the past several years, and as a result, Taro is well positioned for continued growth and success.” Mr. Sundaram concluded, “I’d like to thank the Board, the executive management team, and Taro’s employees for their support throughout the years.”
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