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23 October 2014
Her Royal Highness Princess Stéphanie Marie Claudine Christine, Hereditary Grand Duchess of Luxembourg, Hereditary Princess of Nassau, Princess of Bourbon-Parma was born 18 February 1984. She is the wife of Hereditary Grand Duke Guillaume.
After the fraud scandal of Princess Cristina, sister of the king of Spain … the tax dodging scandal in Luxembourg … and the scandal of the Luxembourg secret police’s bomb terrorism for getting more taxpayers’ money … now this.
From the Luxemburger Wort paper:
Luxembourg princess’ former employer investigated for fraud
Published on Friday, 19 February, 2016 at 14:29
The finance director of an investment company for which Luxembourg’s Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie formerly worked has been arrested for fraud, the Lëtzebuerger Land has revealed.
Kepha Invest SA is at the heart of a large-scale fraud and money laundering investigation and police have arrested its Italian finance director Monseigneur [prominent Roman Catholic priest] Patrizio Benvenuti along with eight others.
Established in 2007 and with its headquarters in Ixelles, in Brussels, it is alleged the company cheated 283 Belgian investors out of 34.6 million euros.
The Italian judiciary has issued an arrest warrants against former Kepha Invest manager Baron Christian de Fierlant Dormer.
The Lëtzebuerger Land suggests that the company created a pyramid scheme, with old investors paid off from the capital of new investors.
The scheme collapsed in 2014 leaving no trace of the 34 million euros. Kepha said that it had invested on behalf of private investors.
To gain their trust, it is said they relied on Belgian nobility, hiring Stéphanie, then Countess Stéphanie, in 2010 for her important contacts.
According to the newspaper “La Dernière Heure”, the young noble attended events in Brussels in 2010 and 2011 to drum up support for Kepha Invest. Monseigneur Patrizio Benvenuti alleges that Stéphanie would have been aware of the irregularities.
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