Despite downgrades and stock decline, Ambu chair maintains trust in leadership

Since spring, Ambu's stock price has more than halved. Neither this nor Tuesday's downgrade has shaken the faith of the board in the medtech company.

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Two downgrades in just a few months and a share price that has been more than halved haven't caused any cracks in the relationship between Ambu's leadership and its board, says Chairman of the Board at Ambu Jørgen Jensen. News broke on Tuesday that Ambu has downgraded its guidance as a consequence of shipping delays.

"Ambu's CEO and leadership have my full confidence. We have laid a clear strategic course for Ambu, which we are executing on as planned. Ambu is positioned strongly as the creator of the single-use endoscopes market – a market with a significant potential," says Jensen in a written response to the question of whether there is still trust in the leadership.

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