The Lundbeck Foundation delivers record-breaking result

The Lundbeck Foundation, which is the majority stakeholder in pharmaceutical firm Lundbeck, has had its best year to date, ending 2021 with a profit of DKK 6.9bn (USD 1bn).

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The very affluent majority owner of pharmaceutical firm Lundbeck, the Lundbeck Foundation, has just announced a historically good year, according to the foundation’s annual report for 2021.

”2021 has been an exceptionally good year for the Lundbeck Foundation. I am very proud of the results that have required a great deal of effort from our employees and subsidiaries. We are therefore well-equipped for a 2022 that looks set to be a challenging year, not least because of the war in Ukraine,” says Lene Skole, CEO of the Lundbeck Foundation, in the press release.

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