The 89-year-old købmandsenke Ida Jacobsen has scored a hefty sum of money for the past four leases in her supermarked's business.
in Fact, she has received tens of millions of dollars to sell four Meny-supermarkets. Four shops, which was a part of her company Jaco Supermarkets.
It writes the Danish Handelsblad, which has looked at the company's financial statements.
And who is it, who has had to fork out for lejemålene in Aarhus V, Denmark, Hurup and Grenaa?
Behind the purchase is the Salling Group, which intends to transform lejemålene for the Net shops.
"Salling Group said from the beginning that they really wanted to buy our lease. I told them that I certainly was not finished with that rule," she said, before she continued:
"But then I started to think if my grandchildren had an interest in a succession, and it got me to go back to the Salling Group, after which we quickly and soberly had made a fine agreement,"
According to the Finance have Ida Jacobsen stood at the head of Jaco-the group, since her husband, Carl Børge Jacobsen died in 1988.
But when her children are dead, and her four grandchildren will not want to take over the company, she has therefore decided to put one last sentence.
Earlier spoke of Jaco-the group also discountkæden Alta.
This chain was later sold to Dagrofa and changed to Kiwi stores. Stores that has since closed.Updated Date: 14 December 2019, 01:00