Lynkeus derives from the Greek `Λυνκεύς` from lynx. The lynx is known as particularly sharp-eyed. This appears to us in terms of the identification of exceptional investment opportunities to be
particularly important. In the famous watchman song (Goethe, Faust I) Lynkeus is therefore aptly the name of the watchman, whose destiny it is to keep watch day in and out. This describes the
second success factor of Lynkeus Capital: persistence and passion.
Lynkeus Capital claims to identify exceptional investment opportunities up, and to pursue these opportunities with passion and persistence.