Archives for April, 2018

Nykredit and Sydbank Cheated Foreigners with Mortgages Worth Millions

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Oficina de Nykredit en Marbella

Two Danish Companies persuaded British property owners to take out mortgage loans they could not repay

Following the Appeal Court ruling against Nykredit and Sydbank where both defendants have been branded “clandestine operators” for operating without a license, Spanish national press have extensively covered this extraordinary story of fraud and deceipt.¬†

The following media have written about this deception:

 

SLM Loses Again: Appeal Court reverses Court of 1st Instance Ruling

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The Appeal Court in Malaga has ordered the cancellation of a mortgage loan that was granted in favour of Surrenda Link Mortgages (SLM) on grounds that this company offered loans for investments but also, were linked to the management of the those investments when they were not licensed to do so, in Spain.  The ruling reverses a previous ruling by a Court in Marbella that ruled that SLM was not at fault.

SLM acumulates several adverse rulings, in spite of which they keep insisting that their Turnk Key Mortgage is and was lawful.

The claimant was represented in Court by Salvador Martinez Echeverria.

BREAKING NEWS: Malaga Appeal Court Demolishes Nykredit & Sydbank’s Equity Release Mortgage

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The Malaga Appeal Court has reversed an unjust Court of First Instance ruling and granted relief to two British pensioners victims of the “Spanish Equity Release Package” (SERP), peddled by Nykredit Realkredit A/S “and Sydbank (Schweiz) AG and sold by Offshore Money Managers.

The following is a summary of the ruling, received today:

  • Foreign pensioners were lured to Offshore Money Managers Equity Release proposal due to its attractive IHT reduction benefits.
  • Nykredit¬† and Sydbank associated themselves to produce the SERP.
  • Sydbank was not authorized to operate in Spain, in spite of which they opened -in contravention of mandatory laws- an office in Fuengirola.
  • Nykredit had no authorization by the Danish regulator to grant loans in Spain for investment purposes.
  • Chrystel Mark Hansen (mentioned twice) and Karen Egaa‚Äôs testimonies, on behalf of Nykredit, have been described as being extremely unreliable, when not openly untruthful.
  • Nykredit‚Äôs forensic expert‚Äôs conclusions are challenged extensively for being grossly biased in favour of the lender, besided deliberately ignoring fundamental aspects of contractual arrangements.
  • Nykredit‚Äôs mortgage loan is rendered null and void and Sydbank (Switzerland) is ordered to pay back 462,000 Euros to the claimants.

The Court findings represents a great disaster for both these banks because their conduct with existing clients is reported as irregular and dishonest, and to that effect imposed the maximum possible penalties in law.

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