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Turing Pharmaceuticals to offer stock buyback program for stockholders



Turing pharmaceutical company Marinus Pharmaceuticals has announced that it will offer stockbuyback programs for stockholder buybacks of up to 30% of the company’s shares during a period of three years, as part of its ongoing strategic review and restructuring plan.

This will allow shareholders to purchase back shares of the Company in a manner similar to that of a stock purchase program. 

The program will be conducted through a third-party buyback advisor, and will begin in 2018. 

 Marinus will offer buyback programs with buyback offers up to 10% of their company’s stock price, subject to approval by Marinus shareholders. 

For more information, please contact:  Dan Stebbing, Vice President of Investor Relations and Corporate Communications, at [email protected] 

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