CEO of the Lundbeck Foundation defends share split proposal

The Lundbeck Foundation’s proposed new share structure, which comes with differentiated voting rights, should not be viewed as a grasp for power. Rather, the move is meant to provide stability, says CEO Lene Skole.

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

It provoked criticism when the majority stakeholder in pharmaceutical firm Lundbeck, the Lundbeck Foundation, proposed a new share structure entailing shares with weaker voting rights than others. Opponents said this would dilute shares without the majority owner having to relinquish any power.

In an interview with Danish media Finans, CEO at the Lundbeck Foundation Lene Skole rejects this notion:

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