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28 November 2006

Dr Bernd Renger named Chairman of the European QP Association

The European Compliance Academy is proud to announce that Dr Bernd Renger, Director of Quality Control of Vetter Pharma-Fertigung GmbH & Co KG, Germany, has been appointed Chairman of the European QP Association.

The European QP Association was founded on 7 July 2006 by the Members of the Advisory Board of the European Compliance Academy with the objective to represent Qualified Persons in Europe. From the start it received a lot of recognition. More than 400 QPs have signed up for membership already.

In order to do justice to the quickly growing number of members, the ECA decided to establish this new position. In addition to the Chairman of the QP Association, Richard Bonner, Qualified Person UK, John Taylor, MHRA, UK and Rudolf Völler, Office of the Darmstadt Administrative District, Germany will lead the association's Advisory Board.

Daniel Scheidegger, Chairman of the European Compliance Academy said: "We greatly appreciate and thank Dr Bernd Renger for accepting our invitation to head this important Interest Group starting 29th November 2006."

The Chairman of the European QP Association is appointed for 2 years and can be re-appointed for another period. Dr Bernd Renger heads the Advisory Board and thus controls the activities of this interest group.

Daniel Scheidegger
Chairman, European Compliance Academy (ECA)

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