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Malin will urge firms it invests in to list on ISE

€330m investment fund wants to see Ireland become biotech and life sciences hub.

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

22nd March, 2015

Malin, the biotech investment fund that has raised €330 million from investors, expects several of the companies it invests in to list on the Irish stock exchange.

John Given, the chairman of the fund, told The Sunday Business Post that it would be encouraging all the companies it invests in to locate staff and operations in Ireland.

The company said it plans to turn Ireland into a biotech and life sciences hub.

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