Danish Tax Fraud Case An Abuse, Application Manager Says

By Bonnie Eslinger (March 29, 2019, 4:33 PM GMT) -- A Luxembourg woman has called the Danish tax authority's claim that she participated in a wide-ranging multinational cum-ex tax fraud that cost the government $1.9 billion an "abuse of the process" of the English courts. 

Defendant Janice Allgrove maintained in her defense filing on Wednesday that she was a mere "gerante," or manager, for a company that filed tax-withholding applications with The Customs and Tax Administration of the Kingdom of Denmark. Denmark's tax authority, known as SKAT, has no case against her, Allgrove said in her defense filing.

"It is not yet known how SKAT intends to proceed in this litigation to...

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