A dynamic challenger

As a dynamic challenger we foster a culture where proactive and innovative people work together to create superior results based on market inefficiencies.

Where it all started…

In 2007 on March 7, Lind Capital was founded by Henrik Lind, a banker, and entrepreneur. With his market knowledge and innovative mindset, Lind Capital was a part of the change in the market for Danish investment funds.

Founded in 2007, we continue to cultivate the entrepreneurial, innovative and team-oriented culture that has been part of us since the beginning.

Where we are headed …

As a dynamic challenger, we foster an innovative and team-oriented culture where we create superior results based on data and market inefficiencies. At the same time, Lind Capital adds liquidity into the markets and thus contributes to a healthy financial system, which is a prerequisite for growth and welfare in society.

Since the beginning, Lind Capital has evolved but our mindset is still the same – to stay open-minded and create superior results through deep market knowledge, data, and agile infrastructure.

Our 3 values

Lind Capital’s three values, Winning, Co-operation, and Open-minded, reflect the attitudes, and behaviors that are required of us in order to create value for our company, people, and business partners.

The value Winning represents the mentality to win, which you will find in every one of us at Lind Capital. Our employees are ambitious and responsible, and they possess the desire to be the best.

The value Co-operation symbolizes Lind Capital as a vertical organization, where we focus on knowledge sharing across teams. We believe that it is this co-operation across teams that contribute to the high knowledge level, which is required in order to get success.

The value Open-minded symbolizes Lind Capital as an innovative company that seeks to challenge the existing. We are well aware that we live in a constantly changing world, where it is necessary to stay on top of things. Our 90/10 mindset is an integrated part of Lind Capital. 90% of our time is spend on tasks/projects expressed in one’s job description, but 10% is spent on business development, collecting new information/knowledge, or optimizing already existing business.