Henrik Lind on being CEO: "It's worth getting up in the morning"

The CEO of Danske Commodities is enjoying the job he took on when troubling was luring.

Photo: /ritzau/Mikkel Berg Pedersen

Founder of Danske Commodities (DC), Henrik Lind, had let go of the reins and was no longer part of daily operations. It was almost by accident that he became CEO again 18 months ago, but he is comfortable in the position.

Lind says he has no plans of stepping down, even though several sources have said that DC has hired FIH Partners to prepare a sale of the firm.

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