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Efter stort aktiesalg: Milliardærs investeringsselskab stadig sultent efter banker

Henrik Linds investeringsselskab har over de seneste år skilt sig af med store aktieposter i flere lokale danske banker. Onsdag blev det et farvel til alle aktierne i Skjern Bank. Men det betyder ikke, at lysten til at investere i banker er forsvundet, lyder det fra investeringschef i interview med FinansWatch.

Henrik Lind har været aktionær i flere lokale banker. | Photo: Ritzau Scanpix/Tobias Nicolai

Endnu en aktiepost i en lokalbank forsvinder fra Henrik Linds ejerskab. Det sker, efter den aarhusianske rigmands investeringsselskab Lind Value IIII ApS har valgt at afhænde sine aktier Skjern Bank, som udgjorde næsten en fjerdedel af lokalbankens aktier.

Ifølge investeringschefen i Lind Value III, kom køberen til aktieposten med et tilbud, der gav for god mening til at afvise.

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