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Guy Eiferman

Merck
Former SVP
Guy Eiferman joined Merck & Co in France in 1987 after a few years as a management consultant and has since held positions of increasing responsibility in Marketing, Business Development and General Management both in Europe and in the U.S.

In 1999, Guy was appointed Executive Director of the Atherosclerosis Franchise, leading the worldwide marketing strategies for ZOCOR(tm). He then became Vice President and General Manager of the Cholesterol Partnership between Merck and Schering-Plough for Europe/Middle East & Africa. He was then appointed to create and lead a new function within Merck, Alliance Management, in October 2004 with the mindset of interacting with our partners, licensors and other biotech and pharmaceutical companies as true customers. In July 2006, he was promoted to the role of General Manager of the Atherosclerosis & Cardiovascular Franchise with responsibility for the entire CV portfolio on a worldwide basis.

In 2009, he was promoted to Senior Vice President and Managing Director for Merck/MSD in France. He successfully led this $2 billion & three thousand employee organization through 4 years of turbulent times with profound restructuring and reorganization following the merge between Merck and Schering-Plough. In January 2013, he was promoted to lead MSD Mid Europe Region, a 20-country region in Europe gathering mid-size markets from the Netherlands to Portugal and from Greece to all Eastern European markets.

Since 2014, he has been the Managing Director of a new entity, wholly owned by Merck, named Healthcare Services & Solutions (HSS). HSS is aimed at developing and commercializing globally a portfolio of services and solutions to add value to all stakeholders in the healthcare environment and in 2017 has reached more than $400 million in revenues.

Guy is now teaching Digital Solutions in Healthcare at Sciences Po in Paris and is consulting for and advising healthcare stakeholders on both sides of the Atlantic. He has a Master in Operational Research & Engineering from Ecole Centrale de Paris and an M.B.A. in International Trade from Sciences Po Paris. He is married to Noelle and has three children.


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