Ex-stockpicker creates what he missed for the past 20 years

For two decades, Claus Johansen was responsible for identifying healthcare stocks for Danske Bank’s active equity strategies. Now, he has switched sides and works in the life science industry, helping to develop what he calls ’the Bloomberg of life science’. The platform has already had a big impact on millions of lives globally.

Claus Johansen | Photo: PR

Ahead of the G20 summit in Rome last October, ex-UK prime minister Gordon Brown and many other former state officials had one plea: For the members to redistribute their surplus Covid-19 vaccines to low-income countries.

The 20 member states sat on roughly 1.1 billion excess vaccine doses of which 100m would expire by the end of 2021, according to calculations by data analytics company called Airfinity, which was used by the former prime minister.

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