A Decade At The Top: Lupin MD On Listing Adjacencies, Creating Healthcare Continuum
Promoters Don’t Intend Selling Stake
As family-led firms go through a churn in India, Lupin’s MD Nilesh Gupta speaks about adding value via adjacencies to the legacy business, building digital interfaces and a healthcare continuum for patients. In an interview with Scrip, he also emphasized Lupin promoters are neither interested in selling their own stake nor in acquiring that of Cipla’s promoters.
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