even for experienced rättsreportrar and financial journalists were Trustorhärvan amazing.
Investment company Trustors company had during 1997 bought by an anglo-irish nobleman, Jonathan Guinness, lord Moyne.
Guinness bought the company by taking the money from the Trustor and pay them to the former owner. It meant that aktieköpet was made with the company's own money, which is not allowed according to Swedish law.
But the Guinness was actually only a goalkeeper. It was instead three young swedes were behind the presentation where the company, in practice, was sacked on his own cash.
was just Thomas Jisander, who in the day has changed its name. His cousin, Joachim Posener, and has long been considered to be the brain behind the coup.
Then they gave the three out on a festarresa that shatters most.
this includes hire of a luxury yacht with a helipad and associated helicopter, buy a Ferrari and hundreds of bottles of champagne - that Jisander yourself bathed in! A lunch at one of London's most expensive restaurants where the wines for the five-digit serial amount included, will be the closest to a trifle in the context.
this is where the rich and famous, partying, Jisander have become known as the
Mr. No Limit, when he explained that his girlfriend with buddies could buy for how much they wanted in a store for lyxmode. On another occasion he should have bought up everything in a store - including the interior.
Jisander and the third man in the trio was eventually convicted to prison, but was acquitted in the court of appeal.
in 2009, he was sentenced, however, for the misappropriation to 1.5 years in prison, when he brought over 20 million of Trustorpengarna to foundations in Liechtenstein which he himself controlled. He is the only one of the trio served jail as a result of Trustorhärvan.
Joachim Posener went under the earth, and has never been prosecuted.
For a start, disappeared 600 million from investment company Trustor but most of the money was recovered.