The Lundbeck Foundation's new strategy: CEO wants to buy more firms like Lundbeck, ALK and Falck

The Lundbeck Foundation launches new ten-year plan with central wish to acquire major owner's shares in up to five new enterprises.

The Lundbeck Foundation CEO Lene Skole. | Photo: Gregers Tycho/Ritzau Scanpix

The highly affluent Lundbeck Foundation turns up its level of ambition and gets ready to place  some of the fund's fortune in worthy companies.

In the next couple of years, the foundation will acquire massive owner's shares in up to five more companies, so the portfolio will no longer "just" consist of a controlling owner's share in the pharmaceutical companies Lundbeck and ALK and the Danish safety and healthcare company Falck.

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