Danish investment company dismisses investment staff in strategy overhaul

Lind Invest, which manages energy millionaire Henrik Lind's long-term investments, has dismissed a number of investment staff.

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Investment company Lind Invest, which is energy millionaire Henrik Lind's family office, has dismissed several employees.

"Lind Invest has made a number of adjustments and clarifications to its strategy. Unfortunately, this has led to the dismissal of several appreciated and competent employees. We hope and we feel certain that they will find other appropriate challenges elsewhere," Henrik Lind writes in an email to AMWatch's sister media FinansWatch.

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