A longer article in the Newspaper from march of last year provides some of the background for the wealth of the married couple who now are the victims in a bortføringssak.
Before the OLYMPICS at Lillehammer in 1994 was Tom Hagen, the man who guaranteed for etterbruken of the ski resort of Kvitfjell - and thus laid the foundation for an adventurous hytteutvikling in the area.
- Investor Tom Hagen who in his time stood as guarantor for etterbruken of Kvitfjell, the disposal alone more than 400 utleiesenger here. Cafes, serveringsteder, other service and security services - in addition, all construction activity. More than a thousand cabins are now listed here. This together provides a very large employment and many jobs in Ringebu, said former mayor Erik S. Winther, to Dagbladet.Sold for a billion
In addition to the property is the Garden the largest shareholder in the company electric power, in 2017 had a konsernomsetning 2.3 billion. The group trades with electricity in the scandinavian business market, and had a net profit last year at 127 million after tax.
Assets in the electric power group was valued at just over a billion and equity 469 million.
In several of Tom hagen's companies have his wife, Anne-Elisabeth was a board member, among other things, the company he owns most of their values through, Holding 2. Where the wife was registered as a deputy board member until last year.
the Group Holding the 2 had after 2017 equity at 872 million.
Holding 2 sits on the Garden's shares in the electric power, and have property in Lørenskog, Oslo, Bold, Lillehammer and Ringebu, and driver Kvitfjell hotel in Ringebu.