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Kapitalfond og Lego-familie måtte til lommerne efter trecifret millionunderskud

I 2017 måtte rengøringsvirksomheden Allianceplus også gøre rent i virksomheden selv. Efter en trecifret millionnedskrivning, særligt på den svenske del af forretningen, må ejerne af virksomheden indskyde et trecifret millionbeløb.

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Rengøringsvirksomheden Allianceplus kommer ud af 2017 med et underskud på 218 mio. kr. Et underskud, der betyder, at ejerne – kapitalfonden Polaris og Lego-familien Kirk Johansen – har måtte indskyde 160 mio. kr. i virksomheden. Det skriver Børsen.

Samlet har Allianceplus tabt 290 mio. kr. de seneste tre år. Ifølge Henrik Bonnerup, der er partner i Polaris og medlem af bestyrelsen i Allianceplus, er den vigtigste årsag til rengøringsvirksomhedens nedtur, at der har været for meget fokus på vækst og opkøb i virksomheden.

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