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Lundbeck's CFO of 14 years to join Velux

Anders Götzsche, who announced his departure from Lundbeck on Tuesday, will serve the same function he did at the Danish pharmaceutical firm as new chief financial officer at Velux.

Anders Götzsche joins Velux as CFO after having spent 14 years at Lundbeck in the same role | Photo: Velux/PR

Chief Financial Officer Anders Götzsche retains his job title when changing companies – Lundbeck will be replaced with Velux, where he will be CFO effective June 2022, Velux announces in a press release.

"I am very pleased that Anders will be joining the Velux Group. With Anders, Velux gains a CFO with extensive experience from another Danish-based global company, which has gone through a remarkable transformation," CEO at Velux David Briggs says in the press release, adding:

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