The Lundbeck Foundation eyes Ferrosan IPO in 5 years

If Ferrosan Medical Devices continues down its current growth path, it could be ready for an initial public offering within five years, says new minority owner the Lundbeck Foundation.

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When Ferrosan Medical Devices was acquired by a consortium of investors comprising the Lundbeck Foundation, Kirk Kapital, and Danish pension firm ATP, the message was clear – they are in it for the long haul.

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