The finance director of Northern Irish healthcare business Galen Holdings has cashed in his shares in the company for #4.6m, capitalising on the soaraway success of the company since it floated. But finance director Geoffrey Elliott's profits were dwarfed by those of two of his colleagues. Chairman Allen McClay, founder of the company, netted #15.4m, while John King, chief executive netted #12.3m. The company's success has been fuelled by excitement about its key product, which slowly releases hormone replacement therapy.
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