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Odd Johnny Winge has sold a gorgeous villa in Bygdøy for NOK 100 million

Odd Johnny Winge has sold a gorgeous villa in Bygdøy for NOK 100 million

In recent years, investor Odd Johnny “OJ” Winge (46) has built an impressive villa in Bygdøy. you already have Finansavisen He wrote that he risks a huge tax on the house because he owns it through his Illuminati company.

However, at the beginning of November, it became clear that Winge had registered a new residential address in Lugano in Switzerland, and now the investor has sold the magnificent villa for 100 million NOK. The sale was registered this week.

The buyer of the property is Tov Wagerdahl.

Winge originally purchased three plots of land on PT Mallings vei at NOK 119 million through his company Illuminati.

DN wrote previously That if Winge were to privately buy the plots of land, he would have to get profits from the Illuminati of about NOK 170 million, pay a profit tax of about NOK 50 million, and then buy the property for NOK 120 million.

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Longtime partner of Winge, Fredrik Halvorsen, has moved to Lugano, Switzerland.

Winge and Halvorsen made their first successful investment when they built Tandberg, which was sold to US IT giant Cisco. Later, they each earned 1 billion kroner when video conferencing company Acano was sold to the same IT giant.

According to the 2020 income tax figures, he had assets of NOK 440 million, income of NOK 89 million and tax invoice of NOK 32 million. Comparative numbers for last year are not clear yet. Since 2008, he has paid taxes of just over 190 million NOK.

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Most of Winge’s assets are in the Ubon Partners Holding, which he co-owns with Fredrik Halvorsen. Earlier this year, the duo shoveled 1 billion Norwegian kroner From the joint investment company to the holding company, which means that the equity is almost exhausted.(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. All or part of the Content may not be copied or otherwise used with written permission or as permitted by law. For additional terms look here.