Alexander, Ernstberger, and a further three people are suspected of being made aware of bad business with money from the social security system.
the Offences, concerned, among other things, gross breach of trust for abusing his position of trust vis-à-vis Authority, and of coarse the other. All of the accused deny the crime.
for a fee, in order to construct the instruments, which have been a key part of the goal was too high, argues the district court.
”This leads to the fact that the charges are not substantiated in the sections relating to breach of trust and aiding and abetting the crime,” wrote the court.
this is a text message to dagens nyheter writes, Ernstberger, that ' the end was predictable”.
" I have not committed any crime; on the contrary, we have demonstrated that the PPM savers have earned more than 120 million, in what the media described as a mess.
" Unfortunately, the rumors and the speculation has gone before, the facts in the media, the people's court. It felt so good to finally be vindicated, " he says.
it's been a aktieaffär where Oak Capital purchased the shares in the company, which is owned by the-Most-of the founders, for a total of slightly more than sek 100 million. It was, according to the prosecutor, for a bribe, but this view is not right.
It is not proven that the aktieköparen ”knowingly paid too high a price for them. This leads to criminal charges related to the mutbrottsligheten to be dismissed,” wrote the court in a press release.
if the trolöshetsbrottslighet and mutbrottslighet to be dismissed by the court dismissed a portion of a charge against one of the defendants in that case häleribrottslighet.
At one time, right, come to the conclusion that there has been a gross accounting fraud, which is a different charge. The accounts have been properly out in the elements, the district court had no reason to try”.
the Law, the members of the board are unanimous in the judgment.
purchased through the company, Now the Capital, to the biggest (if not the (former Svensk fondservice funds for the one, according to the prosecutors, is too high a price. In order to communicate the affair took the Now Capital, a fee at the equivalent of around sek 170 million. The whole affair cost the Most, thus, to 430 million euros.
Alexander-Ernstberger, managing director of the Most. Photo credit: Pontus Lundahl/TT
Business is subject to the in addition, according to the prosecutor, that-Most-of the founders would be able to sell the shares of Svensk fondservice a bolagsupplägg, for Now, the Capital of the 100 million – something which, according to the indictment, constitutes a bribe.
a seven-year prison term for each of the Alexander Ernstberger and one of the defendants, which, among other things, suspected of being an accomplice to the trolöshetsbrottet.
the other two defendants were the prosecutors in the five to six years in prison on the one hand and on the other a minimum of four years in prison.
the Court rejected also the Pensionsmyndighetens a claim for punitive damages. The agency had asked the defendants a total of more than $ 23 million dollars. The amount is equal to the compensation to which the Most there was Now Capital in name) to be able to buy the specific asset.
also called to the defence a witness, who spoke on the compensation of 170 million, which, according to them, was in line with the market. In addition, förvarssidan to the store where Oak Capital, indirectly, to the owner of the Svensk fondservice had nothing to do with the värdepappersaffären of the funds that preceded it.
the Prosecutor Tomas Hertz, announce his intention to appeal the decision.
" the Court has considered the other issues other than the ones that I think are at the core of the case, he motivates the decision.
Also, the relevant Authority, who has called for punitive damages of, is considering an appeal against the verdict, according to a news release.
"We can confirm that the court would not have been in the spring, and the Ekobrottsmyndighetens the line," says the general counsel, Lena Aronsson for GENERATIONS."
"Our view has been that the evidence has been very good, but it can be observed that the summit of americas, makes for a different interpretation," she says.
"It has been our entrance and in our opinion, when the case was initiated," says Aronsson.
" We're not allowed to read, and ponder, and see how the court will look at it. Then, we get to reflect on what our next steps will be, " she concludes.
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