Bjorn Stiedl, who previously has been sentenced to a total 14 years in prison for serious economic crime, trying under a new name to start business in our neighbour to the south.
Under the new name of Conrad König is the controversial entrepreneur started a new business. It writes the stock Exchange.
Bear Stiedls new business Airparkone, will develop and drive multi-storey car parks in a number of european countries. It appears from the documents, which the stock Exchange is in possession of.
Bjorn Stiedl don't even have the desire to comment on the information, but Thomas Wittenborg, who is a major shareholder and director in the business the irish parent company confirms that there is one and the same person.
- He are employed like other people are, and he probably also needs a chance again to move on with his life, says Thomas Wittenborg to the Exchange.
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Bjorn Stiedl has, together with names like Stein Bagger, Steen Gude and Kurt Thorsen written into the list of the toughest penalties for economic crime.
The most stringent penalties in cases of financial crime
Stein Bagger, the IT Factory - 7 years imprisonment Lars Nørholt, Hesalight - 7 years imprisonment Britta Nielsen, National board of social services - the 6.5 years in prison Klaus Riskær Pedersen - 6 years in prison Bjorn Stiedl, cases of selskabstømmeri - 6 years in prison Steen Gude, Stones Invest - 6 years in prison
In 1999, Bjorn Stiedl was sentenced to seven years in prison for having milked 170 companies of the 332 million. kr. A coup, which at the time was described as 'the biggest theft'.
But here ended Bjorn Stiedl criminal career no. He was later a judgment of 4.5 years in prison for fraud, and, subsequently, he was sentenced to 3.5 years ' imprisonment for gross fraud by creditors.
In the Bear Stiedls last case hidden storsvindleren a fortune on the button 15. million. kr, while at the same time he applied for debt restructuring. In addition, he held a real estate portfolio across country borders in the south of France and Spain.
in Addition to that, he was in possession of the art, automobiles, designer furniture, watches and millions of dollars in bank accounts in tax havens-countries such as Luxembourg, Liechtenstein and Jersey.
Bjorn Stiedl also had given his fortune to 30,000 kr., when he wanted to get peeled off his tax debt in total 81 million. kr.