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Wolfgang Otto Stolzenberg

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CASTOR HOLDINGS Llc

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CASTOR HOLDINGS Llc

10 Angmering Lane East Preston

Lancing, West Sussex,BN16 2TA

United Kingdom

Company Description

We are very aware that what we do is commercially sensitive. We don't advertise our services or solicit work. Most of our assignments result from personal recommendations or professional referrals. We maintain a strict code of confidentiality and all client in...more

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Judgment Rendered in Canada's Longest Lawsuit - Professional Liability & Indemnity - BJCTB LLP Toronto Law Firm

www.lexcanada.com [cached]

Stolzenberg was President and Chief Executive Officer of Castor Holdings Ltd.


Mondo Condo Makeover P.05 - Cleaning Out The Closet

www.m-f-d.org [cached]

In 2000, a warrant citing 41 criminal offences, was issued for the arrest of Castor Holding's owner, Wolfgang Stolzenberg.
Stolzenberg fled to Germany just days before he was to be questioned by the bankruptcy trustee. Also wanted for questioning in connection with the Castor disaster was von Wersebe. It seems that Stolzenberg took money from his investors and loaned it out to other companies which he controlled, didn't collect interest on the loans and grossly misstated Castor's financial picture to keep the investors blissfully ignorant and ensure that they kept their money flowing his way. Creditors claim those loans had been made mainly to companies secretly controlled either directly or indirectly by Stolzenberg or Castor itself. Another pattern developed as well: Based on Land Registry documents it appears that by the mid-1990's the hotel was as over-mortgaged as it had been in the 1980's when Karsten von Wersebe was running the show - with a little help from his pals Juerg Heer at the Rothschild Bank and Wolfgang Stolzenberg at Castor Holdings. We're not suggesting that Wolfgang Stolzenberg and Karsten von Wersebe still have their fingers in the hotel, but just in case they do, we will add to our growing list of questions: Is there a connection between Wolfgang Stolzenberg formerly of the wealthy Westmount area of Montreal and the Westmount Condos" - the condominiums that Joe Ieradi and whoever-is-backing-him plan to turn the hotel into if they have their way? (The name of the project has been the source of much speculation as there's nothing about the solidly working class neighbourhood in which the hotel is located that is reminiscent of Montreal's upper-crusty Westmount.) Wolfgang Stolzenberg's methods were not unique. He wasn't the first guy to put pretend money on the books and he wasn't the last.


Bersenas Jacobsen Chouest Thomson Blackburn LLP Barristers, Solicitors

www.lexcanada.com [cached]

Stolzenberg was President and Chief Executive Officer of Castor Holdings Ltd.


A Quebec Superior Court judge has ruled that the auditors for a

www.canadianjusticereviewboard.ca [cached]

Castor was the creation of German-Canadian businessman Wolfgang Stolzenberg,
Castor - the brainchild of German-Canadian entrepreneur Wolfgang Stolzenberg, who is now on the RCMP's wanted list for alleged fraud - left $1.6-billion in debts. The warrant, issued last week, lists 41 criminal allegations against Wolfgang Stolzenberg, owner of Castor Holdings Ltd., a Montreal-based holding company and real estate lender. Police are expected to announce that an international warrant is also being issued against Mr. Stolzenberg. The 59-year-old businessman is believed to be living in Darmstadt, Germany.


Mondo Condo Makeover P.05 - Cleaning Out The Closet

www.m-f-d.org [cached]

In 2000, a warrant citing 41 criminal offences, was issued for the arrest of Castor Holding's owner, Wolfgang Stolzenberg.
Stolzenberg fled to Germany just days before he was to be questioned by the bankruptcy trustee. Also wanted for questioning in connection with the Castor disaster was von Wersebe. It seems that Stolzenberg took money from his investors and loaned it out to other companies which he controlled, didn't collect interest on the loans and grossly misstated Castor's financial picture to keep the investors blissfully ignorant and ensure that they kept their money flowing his way. Creditors claim those loans had been made mainly to companies secretly controlled either directly or indirectly by Stolzenberg or Castor itself. Another pattern developed as well: Based on Land Registry documents it appears that by the mid-1990's the hotel was as over-mortgaged as it had been in the 1980's when Karsten von Wersebe was running the show - with a little help from his pals Juerg Heer at the Rothschild Bank and Wolfgang Stolzenberg at Castor Holdings. We're not suggesting that Wolfgang Stolzenberg and Karsten von Wersebe still have their fingers in the hotel, but just in case they do, we will add to our growing list of questions: Is there a connection between Wolfgang Stolzenberg formerly of the wealthy Westmount area of Montreal and the Westmount Condos" - the condominiums that Joe Ieradi and whoever-is-backing-him plan to turn the hotel into if they have their way? (The name of the project has been the source of much speculation as there's nothing about the solidly working class neighbourhood in which the hotel is located that is reminiscent of Montreal's upper-crusty Westmount.) Wolfgang Stolzenberg's methods were not unique. He wasn't the first guy to put pretend money on the books and he wasn't the last.


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