Lundbeck Foundation brings in experienced player to implement investment strategy

Through its 10-year plan, the Lundbeck Foundation intends to increase its range of long-term assets by acquiring a further three to five companies. The foundation has now appointed a head of strategic investments.

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The Lundbeck Foundation is bringing in experienced M&A advisor Arne Due-Hansen for a new role as head of strategic investments. He is also joining the leadership team at the firm, MedWatch’s sister media KapitalWatch reports.

Due-Hansen will therefore play a central role in the strategy that the Lundbeck Foundation announced 18 months ago and runs until 2030.

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