Biomet 3i names new president

Biomet announced that Steve Schiess, president of its dental subsidiary Biomet 3i, has decided to retire.

"We thank Steve for his 11 years of leadership at Biomet 3i," said Jeff Binder, Biomet president and CEO, in a press release. "He has made many contributions along the way and will be missed. We wish him the very best in his future endeavors."

Biomet has appointed Maggie Anderson president of Biomet 3i, effective immediately.

Anderson most recently served as a member of the TPG Capital management team, working closely with Biomet and Biomet 3i management for the last 18 months on strategic planning, innovation, and operations. Prior to that, she worked with Fenwal, a transfusion therapies business, to improve performance.

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