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Barkonge and baron shot the money in a failing company

A large number of well-known business and athletes have been pouring money into the cash box at the Amager company ACT.Global, which has ended up in deep crisis and investigated for breaches of the law by the Danish business authority.

As described earlier in the Extra Leaf has both Lagkagehuset-founder Ole Kristoffersen, as well as the former players in the football Bjarne Goldbæk, Henrik 'Store' Larsen and Jakob Friis-Hansen has figured in the list of the company's investors.

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Adam Falbert has established natklubkoncernen Rekom with bars such as Heidis bierbar bar and A-bar. In 2018, he sold a large part of the shares to the private equity fund Catacap for a three-digit million amount. Photo: Peter Hove Olesen/Ritzau Scanpix

But also barkongen Adam Falbert, baron Johan Wedell-Wedellsborg and the top lawyer Jan Leth Christensen have been among the investors.

It appears, on fol.a. of a register of shareholders from the ACT.Global, which Ekstra Bladet has come into possession of.

- You must just send a mail, says Adam Falbert, when he asked for the investment, which is conducted through his company Provins Invest.

Subsequently inform Falbert - which has created the country's largest natklubkoncern Rekom - that he did not want to comment on the matter.

While it is unknown whether Falbert remains among investors, the situation is supposedly different with Jan Leth Christensen.

Ejendomsadvokaten, which is good for almost 300 million crowns, according to the register of shareholders invested in the ACT.Global through his company E. G. Capital ApS.

But he is no longer an investor, he makes it clear in a text message to Ekstra Bladet:

'E. G. Capital ApS or other companies I have interests in, for that matter - is not a shareholder in the ACT.Global' he writes.

Previously Jan Leth Christensen has been a major shareholder in Brøndby IF, like he has been much discussed for its role in a nabostrid in Hellerup.

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the Lawyer Jan Leth Christensen (tv.) has previously been a major shareholder in the football club Brøndby IF. Photo: Lars Poulsen/Ritzau Scanpix

But also baron and billionaire Johan Wedell-Wedellsborg, who incidentally is a close friend of the Danish royal family, has invested in ACT.Global.

It writes the stock Exchange.

the Extra Leaf has previously received information about the investment and contacted in the context Johan Wedell-Wedellsborg, owner of the shipping company Weco, and a part of the Joe & the Juice.

- I have no comment, he said at the time.

ACT.Globals, director and major shareholder, Carsten Jensen, is not returned in the Additional Magazine's questions about the company's investors.

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Baron Johan Wedell-Wedellsborg is one of the country's richest people. Photo: Mogens Flindt/Ritzau Scanpix

ACT.Global which sells funds to combat bacteria - like long as a success story with great accounts and a total deposit on a three-digit million amount from a wide range of investors.

Investors, however, was a shock, as the company in the beginning of the year suddenly presented a budget with a deficit of a staggering 120 million dollars.

a Few months earlier had director Carsten Jensen namely promised a large profit.

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ACT.Global director and major shareholder Carsten Jensen. Photo: Nikolai Linares/Ritzau Scanpix

Since revealed Ekstra Bladet, Carsten Jensen drags a trail of bankruptcies and controversies behind it.

And in February started the Danish business authority as its examination of the accounts in the ACT.Global.

In the wake of the many articles have nøglefolk as president, Brian Mollerup, member of the board Ole Kristoffersen, cfo Simon Hove and the adviser Helge Sander (former Left-minister, ed.) withdrawn from the company.

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