Deutsche Bank Appointed as Successor Depositary Bank for the NYSE-Listed American Depositary Receipt Program of Smith & Nephew Plc
Deutsche Bank today announced its appointment as successor depositary bank for the sponsored Level III NYSE-listed American Depositary Receipt program of Smith & Nephew plc (Smith & Nephew).
Smith & Nephew (NYSE:SNN) is a global medical technology business dedicated to helping improve people’s lives. The company has leadership positions in orthopedic reconstruction, advanced wound management, sports medicine, as well as extremity trauma and fixation. Smith & Nephew’s revenue for 2013 was over USD 4.3 billion.*
*Source: Smith & Nephew plc (October 2014)
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