Previously convicted CEO to lead investment advisory firm with tax issues

He is previously convicted for managing assets when the license was only approved to advisory. Now he is back in a CEO role at an investment advisory company that has long existed on the edge of the law, and where tax debt from 2016 is being explained by Covid-19.

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After a two year absence, Domenikos Beskos is back in the CEO chair at investment advisory firm Momentum Markets ApS.

He returned just before easter, after CEO August Bo Christgau stepped down in March.

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