Leo Agkic with record profits and 11 million in the bank: – I like getting money

Leo Agkic with record profits and 11 million in the bank: – I like getting money

Leo Agkic (39 years old) did not earn as much money as he did last year.

This is shown in the latest accounts of his wholly owned company, Leo Ajkic Ent as.

Last year, the file generated revenue of eight million, up from 2.4 million in 2021. Pre-tax profits increased by 350 per cent, from 1.3 million to just over six million.

– I had to make up for a lot from the Corona era. It’s been a hellish few years. There have been many job losses that I have been able to postpone, as I did last year. So it was like that for 2022 and a little bit before that, right? says Ajkic.

– Great potential

In addition to being the director of the Bergen-based music collective NMG/G-Huset, Ajkic has made a career on television.

In 2022, he participated in the game show “Kongen Befaler”, and had a supporting role as a boxing coach in the NRK series “Rykter”.

– I won’t have such a good year this year, says Ajkic, before offering a warning.

-Or I’ll have a good year. But there were great opportunities last year.

There are many who had a good year in 2022, Ajkic reveals.

– Al-Jamal says he had a very good year too, referring to the rapper who runs his business.

Camlin, whose real name is Marcos Capello Moll Moselle, is a sole proprietorship, so there are no visible accounts. Ajkic explains:

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– He also suffered from Corona, right? Everything related to music suffered greatly for two years. And then we got things going again.

– A lot of money

Last year, Ajkic received a salary as general manager, but no profits. The profit is converted into the company’s equity. At the end of last year, there were more than NOK 11.3 million in bank deposits, cash and the like.

-Do you have any plans? Investments?

-I like to get money, lots of money. No, I have property, but we’ll see. I have to think about it, it’s not the best of times now. There are high interest rates, so it’s difficult with real estate, but you only get money for having money, says Ajkic.(conditions)Copyright Dagens Næringsliv AS and/or our suppliers. We would like you to share our cases using links that lead directly to our pages. No copying or other use of all or part of the Content may be permitted except with written permission or as permitted by law. For more terms see here.

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