Majority owner: Lundbeck's new share structure could double acquisition power

A new proposed split share structure could give Lundbeck’s majority shareholder, the Lundbeck Foundation, the option to maintain influence while enabling billion-dollar investment hunts. Consequently, the pharmaceutical firm’s acquisition capacity could be doubled, the foundation’s CEO says.

Lene Skole, CEO of the Lundbeck Foundation | Photo: Gregers Tycho/ERH

Should Lundbeck succeed in adopting a new share structure dividing shares into two categories, the pharmaceutical company could gain the option to go on billion-dollar external financing hunts without the Lundbeck Foundation, majority shareholder, having to relinquish any power.

Lene Skole, CEO of the Lundbeck Foundation, welcomes the proposal, which came on Wednesday.

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