Coloplast considers increasing tax payment transparency after criticism

Following bouts of criticism from major Danish pension funds, medtech giant Coloplast reviews options for increasing transparency of tax payment.

Coloplast's EVP and CFO Anders Lonning Skovgaard | Photo: Coloplast / PR

A host of pension companies have called for more transparency in tax payments from major Danish companies – including Coloplast – the latter of which will examine the possibility of providing more transparency in the tax payment area, which Coloplast's Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Anders Lonning Skovgaard confirms.

"They are calling for more transparency concerning our taxes, and we are working on exactly that. We're examining how to make our tax payments even more transparent to our stakeholders," the CFO tells MedWatch.

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