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Difficulty kendisfirma be subject to review: Hold on to the information

the Mystery is spreading around the Amager company ACT.Global, which for months has been in deep crisis.

After a series of critical articles in Ekstra Bladet decided This earlier in the year to review the company for possible breaches of the law.

the Agency asked in the end of may, on proof of the ACT.Global really has made a string of lucrative agreements with partners, as the company claims.

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ACT.Globals head office on Amager. Photo: Jonas Olufson

But 23. June came, to put it mildly cryptic response back.

'the Board of directors in the ACT.Global A/S wishes to stress that the company has collected extensive material and documentation concerning the partners, including correspondence between the company and partners. There is extensive material, which alone is physically accessible at the address of the company', wrote the ACT.Global-in a mail to the Danish business authority, which Ekstra Bladet has had access to.

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In an email to Ekstra Bladet rejects the ACT.Globals, director and major shareholder, Carsten Jensen, that the company intentionally withholds material for the Danish business authority.

'We have the desire to review the very extensive material with the Danish business authority at a meeting', he writes, but undalder however, to answer the question of why ACT.Global not just have scanned the material and forwarded it to the agency.

the Danish business authority is not satisfied with the proposal of a meeting.

'the Agency always participates like in physical meetings, but a presentation of the material does not relieve the company's management to submit a copy of the information, which the agency has asked,' is the equivalent Danish business authority in an email, which Ekstra Bladet has had access to.

ACT.Global has, therefore, been given two weeks to submit the material, after which the board will make a decision on what should be done in the matter.

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The former Danish national team player in football, Henrik 'Store' Larsen has for several years been associated with the ACT.Global. He and several other employees have just been fired for economic reasons. Photo: Jonas Olufson

the Authorities ' scrutiny for breaking the law is definitely not the only concern, as ACT.Global has been struggling with the recent time.

the Company of copenhagen, which sells funds to combat bacteria - like long as a success story, with attractive accounts and investments on a three-digit million amount from the investors as the Lagkagehuset-founder Ole Kristoffersen and several former football players.

Investors, however, was a shock, then ACT.Global at the beginning of the year suddenly presented a budget with a deficit of a staggering 120 million dollars.

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Former Left-minister Helge Sander was until recently associated with the ACT.Global as an advisor. He has withdrawn from the company. Photo: Stine Tidsvilde

Since revealed Ekstra Bladet, director 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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