Murder suspect Tom Hagen took out 15 million kroner in dividends last year

Tom HagenPhoto: Torbjørn Olsen GD / NTB
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Murder suspect Tom Hagen took out NOK 15 million in dividends from his business group Holding 2 AS last year, according to the company’s annual accounts, the newspaper Romerikes Blad writes.

The group had a total turnover of NOK 2.6 billion last year, around NOK 280 million lower than the previous year.

Profit before tax ended at NOK 104 million. The year before, the profit was just over NOK 228 million.

This is the first time since 2017 that Tom Hagen has taken out dividends from the company.

Hagen is still charged with the murder of his wife Anne-Elisabeth Hagen, who disappeared from the couple’s home on October 31, 2018. Hagen still denies having anything to do with the case.

Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews

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