in 1997, was the so-called Trustorhärvan much attention when it was revealed that several hundred million had been transferred from investment company Trustor to accounts abroad.
Thomas Jisander, who in the day called something else, was sentenced in 2009 to prison for involvement in the skein, a punishment he has served.
in the Gothenburg city court in a new case, where Jisander is accused of attempted aggravated fraud and serious accounting fraud. Jisander and a co-defendant in about 40 years of age shall, according to the indictment have tried to get a loan of about 120 million kroner from the Norwegian Eksportkreditt via a company written in Gothenburg, sweden. The two, according to the indictment to have provided false information in order to get Eksportkreditt to grant the loan.
" They are two people acting together and in concert, as I express it. They have had a common brottsupplägg, said the chief prosecutor Henrik Fager before the trial began in October.
The accused men deny the accusations.
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