Lars Windhorst has publicly rejected a media report on its allegedly pledged shares in the Football Bundesligavers Hertha BSC.
The 45-year-old entrepreneur responded via Twitter to a report by the magazine “Business Insider”. “Clear Dementi on the ‘Business Insider’: The Hertha Shares of the Peil Investment are neither pledged nor are they forced!” Wrhorst wrote, who has now transferred 374 million euros on his investment companies Tennor to Herthaners.
According to “Business Insider” a few days ago a notary from Amsterdam at Hertha should be reported and announced in a mail that the Dutch Peil Investment B.V. be foreclosed. According to the report, this also holds the Hertha shares. She is intended to daughter from Windhorst Group Tennor Holding B.V. be.
“Does not match the current facts”
The foreclosure auction should already have been ordered on April 1 by Amsterdam’s district court. Hertha BSC initially accepted the report on request.
Windhorst’s speaker had already denied the representations of the “Business Insider”.
“The shares in the PEIL Investment are not pledged and will not be foreclosed either,” he had explained: “The process described by them does not meet the current facts, but has long been d1. The confirmation of the notary they claimed, preparations for foreclosure auction Initiated, there is not, “Windhorst’s speaker had said.
The “kicker” spokesman Andreas Fritzenkötter confirmed these statements again.