Both Petter Stordalen and Olav Thons belong to 380 Norwegian private Norwegian creditors. Together, the amount of unsecured claims against Norwegians is just over 150 million Norwegian kroner.
There are 1,600 creditors in Norway from all over the world. The smallest requirement is 30 Norwegian kroner and the largest requirement is 8 billion Norwegian kroner.
The total amount of claims against the airline exceeds 45 billion Norwegian kroner.
In addition, 34,000 customers (mainly foreign customers) claimed a total of 1 billion Swedish kronor.
Among ordinary creditors, 381 are Norwegians. It is the Norwegian state and 380 Norwegian private limited liability companies and sole proprietorships.
Among the private creditors in Norway, for example, the hotel kings Petter Stordalen and Olav Thon.
Their hotel group’s unsecured claims against Norwegians were 2.2 Norwegian kroner and 2.8 million Norwegian kroner.
Stordalen and Thon and all other unsecured creditors must in principle be satisfied to recover only 5% of their claims. This is called the creditor’s dividend.
Aftenposten / E24 is here to provide you with a list of Norwegians’ entire Norwegian creditors.
It ranges from the Norwegian country divided into a pile of state-owned companies and boards of directors to many hotels, a pile of taxi companies and a dozen IT companies.
Examples of creditors include Bahr law firm in Oslo (with a claim of 1.7 million Norwegian kroner) to Verdal Kabel TV (the Norwegian owes 1,096 Norwegian kroner).
We also include Norwegian subsidiaries of foreign groups.
A total of 380 Norwegian private companies claimed 152 million Norwegian kroner from Norway.
Their dividend is basically 5%, but the segment revenue is only SEK 7.5 million.