the high Court has on Wednesday upheld a ruling in a tax case, where a Danish man is suffering from a defeat.
A Danish musician living in Switzerland loses a case about 196 million dkk to the Danish tax authorities.
It has the Eastern high Court on Wednesday decided in a civil case. The copenhagen city Court came in January 2018 up to the same result.
the Purge was due to a revenue of 200 million us dollar, which Jeffrey Galmond back in 2008 obtained in connection with the sale of shares in a large Russian telecommunication company.
He indicated the income as income from shares. However, tax administration, that there is a fee, and has, therefore, requested 196 million in outstanding tax.
Galmond laid the then proceedings against the tax authorities. However, both the city court and high court considers that the Danish treasury has acted in accordance with the book.
Jeffrey Galmond, who is a Danish citizen and a Russian wife, has turned its folds, among others, in Germany and in Russia. He came in close range of the it minister Leonid Reiman, who is a personal friend of Vladimir Putin.
It has previously been promoting, that the investment in the Russian economy led to, that he in some cases had bodyguards with him, when he watched the ishockeykampe in Rungsted.
But in 2008 he decided, however, to leave Denmark and to sell his estate in Rungsted kyst.
He has also turned its folds in Germany, where an accusation of having laundered 150 million dollar for Reiman fell to the ground in 2012.
in Addition to the civil case is Galmond been charged in a case of gross tax evasion.
the Newspaper Børsen has previously described how the investigation was initiated in February of this year, and the led in June to Jeffrey Galmond, was charged with violation of the criminal code.
According to the stock Exchange it is the tax authorities who have asked The Police to initiate a case against Jeffrey Galmond, with a claim that he in addition to a sentence of imprisonment shall pay a fine of 161 million dkk.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 18 December 2019, 10:00