Stadil-owned Thornico group sued after trouble in bankruptcy estate

Two of the Stadil family's companies are being sued by a trustee following the bankrupt shipping business, claiming that the creditors are entitled to the group's tax savings and payments to a subsidiary.

Thor Stadil | Photo: PR / Skovdal / Thornico

Creditors of the Stadil family's bankrupt shipping business are now going to court to demand reimbursement of a two-digit million-dollar amount.

They believe the family's billionaire group, Thornico, has unjustifiably kept tax savings for themselves and taken too much pay to operate a number of ships in the time leading up to the bankruptcy. As a result, they are now claiming their money back.

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