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Directorate Changes

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ReNeuron Group plc
22 March 2022

ReNeuron Group plc

("ReNeuron" or the "Company")


Directorate Changes


ReNeuron Group plc (AIM: RENE), a UK-based leader in Stem Cell and Exosomes Technologies, announces that Dr Tim Corn and Mark Evans have resigned as Non-Executive Directors of the Company and that Martin Walton has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director, all with immediate effect.


Following these changes, the ReNeuron Board now comprises of five directors as follows: Iain Ross (Executive Chairman); Catherine Isted (CFO and Executive Director) and three independent Non-Executive Directors - Dr Michael Owen, Barbara Staehelin and Martin Walton.


Iain Ross, Chairman of ReNeuron, commented"On behalf of the Board and Management I would like to thank Tim Corn for his service to the Company over the last nine years and to recognise his contribution as a director and former Chairman of ReNeuron. Also, I want to thank Mark Evans for the invaluable support he has provided over the last two years as a director and representative of Obotritia, a significant shareholder in ReNeuron.


"I would like to welcome Martin Walton to the ReNeuron Board as we look to re-focus the business. Martin, a former investment banker, has completed more than 25 transactions in the last 12 years as a principal or advisor which has included start-up and spin-out investments, pre-IPO and IPO funding; M&A and over $1bn in investment and co-investment capital. He is the co-founder of LSE-listed Arix Bioscience plc (LSE: ARIX) and his current roles include serving as CEO of Excalibur Medicines Ltd and a Board Member of the Liverpool Life Sciences Accelerator Partnership.  He brings a wealth of relevant experience in the life sciences sector."


As required under Schedule Two, paragraph (g) of the AIM Rules for Companies, further disclosures on Mr Walton are as follows:

Martin Charles Walton, aged 58, has held the following directorships and/or partnerships in the past five years:


Current directorships and/or partnerships:

Past directorships and/or partnerships:

Excalibur Medicines Ltd

Bradshaw Consulting Ltd

Interrad Medical Inc


Igraine plc

Iatros Capital Limited

Iota Sciences Limited

Simbec-Orion Group Limited

PZT Limited

Anontec Limited

Arix Capital Management Limited

Arthurian Life Sciences Gp Limited

Arthurian Life Sciences Spv Gp Limited

Excalibur Fund Managers Limited


There is no further information in respect of Mr Walton that is required to be disclosed under AIM Rule 17 or Schedule Two, paragraph (g) of the AIM Rules for Companies.








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Catherine Isted, Chief Financial Officer




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About ReNeuron

ReNeuron is a UK based Proprietary Stem Cell based Exosome Technologies company, harnessing its unique stem cell technologies to develop 'off the shelf' treatments for diseases with significant unmet needs.


ReNeuron's stem cell derived proprietary Exosome Technology platform offers a delivery mechanism for a variety of payloads such as siRNA, mRNA, proteins, small molecules and genes. The Company has a growing number of partner collaborations with Global Pharma, Biotech and academic partners in this fast-expanding area of scientific and commercial interest. ReNeuron also has the ability, through its conditionally immortalised induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) platform, to make allogeneic tissue cells of choice and has the potential to produce exosomes with tissue specific targeting ability.


The Company has out-licenced its CTX Programme for stroke disability and hRPC programme in retinitis pigmentosa to Fosun in China and is looking to out-licence both these programmes in other territories.


ReNeuron's shares are traded on the London AIM market under the symbol RENE.L. For further information visit


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