June 2, 2023


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Five people charged after hotel bankruptcy – NRK Oslo and Viken – Local news, TV and radio

The indictment of adultery covers a long period of time and totals approx. 62 million Norwegian kroner, Okocream wrote in a press release.

Cockrem has indicted five people. The charges include gross adultery, gross tax evasion, gross fraud and gross fraud.

to me today’s work None of the accused pleaded guilty.

Following the hotel’s bankruptcy

In November last year, Okocream was suspected of criminal cases exposed during the bankruptcy proceedings of the hotel group Maribel AS. The group went bankrupt in the summer of 2020.

The investigation into the case has now ended. Økokrim concluded that the wrong agreements were entered into to collect the million. According to the indictment, the infidelity dates back to 2011.

The crime of bankruptcy is a societal problem that affects, among other things, creditors and weakens confidence in business. This is especially dangerous if it unfairly drains the financial resources of a company in a poor financial position, says first state attorney general Bård Thorsen in a press release.

Maribel AS has operated more than 50 First and Moxy hotels in Norway, according to NTB.

Former Vice Mayor indictments

One of the accused is conservative politician Alf Olvin. In February last year He was arrested and charged with gross financial adultery.

Olvin was a former deputy mayor of Arimark in Ostfold.

Ulven is also a major real estate investor who has made several property acquisitions for tens of millions of kroner in Norway and abroad in recent years. He was also on the lists of the richest people in Norway.