The Lundbeck Foundation, ATP, LEGO asset manager join forces on secretive project
Three of Denmark’s biggest funds have come together for a yet unknown project, which includes the establishment of three new firms.
by mikkel aabenhus hemmingsen, translated by daniel pedersen
The Lundbeck foundation, Danish pension fund ATP, and Lego fortune manager Kirk Kapital have initiated a collaboration that has, so far, led to the creation of three new companies, reports Danish financial media Finans.
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