Ferrosan's financials could have motivated Lundbeck and partners' new investment

Kirk Kapital, ATP and the Lundbeck Foundation have invested in a very profitable and growing company – but it was hardly a steal.

Kirk Kapital's Danish offices | Photo: Jens Dresling

The Danish company being bought by the Lundbeck Foundation, LEGO family office Kirk Kapital, and Danish pension fund ATP is a well-functioning and operational company.

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