the Nykredit has put out with a member of the absolute upper class.
the Bank has thus summoned the count Christian G. P. von Moltke, who also holds the title of chamberlain and the same, in a dispute over a millions.
It writes the stock Exchange.
'We do not comment on specific customer relationships and -cases', writes the bank's chief press officer, Jens Drevsfeldt Theil, in an email to the newspaper.
It has not been possible to get a comment from Christian G. P. von Moltke, who together with his family owns the big goods Bregentved on Display.
According to the stock market is the case of the statement of a so-called interest rate swap, which is a special financial agreement between two parties to swap interest rates in a period of time.
Now requires Nykredit supposedly a larger amount of the count, than he is willing to pay. And therefore, seeing the matter seemed to end up in court.
Having count Christian G. P. Moltke end up losing the fight, he will however probably not to go from goods and home.
In the latest annual accounts for the family company CM Finans A/S's shareholders ' equity amounted to a total value of eur 643 million.