Danish businessman made billions trading energy – now he'll take on grains and metal
INTERVIEW: Danish energy trading firm Danske Commodities, headed by businessman Henrik Lind, wants to kick-start growth and trade more than just energy, gas, and green certificates. Now, perhaps his future lies in other commodities such as grains, metals, and biomass.
BY KASPER BRØNDGAARD ANDERSEN
Danish energy trader, Henrik Lind, who owns energy trading company Danske Commodities (DC), has now heralded another phase of growth. He has declared himself willing to spread out his business and take on the trade of grains, biomass, and metals.
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