Coloplast CEO on expectations: "There are many swing factors"

When Coloplast's CFO Anders Lonning-Skovgaard looks from one Covid-stricken year to the next, he assumes that health authorities worldwide have improved their ability to handle the coronavirus pandemic and that Coloplast and its growth target will be less affected than previously, if infections and hospitalizations go back on the rise.

EVP Coloplast EVP and CFO Anders Lonning-Skovgaard. | Photo: Coloplast / PR

After a year of troubled waters because of the Covid-19 pandemic, Coloplast has a feeling it's headed towards a more positive and stable time. The Danish medtech firm has positive expectations for the coming fiscal year, where it aims to have organic growth at 7-8 percent and earnings at between 31-32 percent.

The precise and positive expectations without notable fluctuation margins is actually based on disappointing results from the last fiscal year.

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