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Prosecutors are now investigating the Alpstaeg ad

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Next act in FCL drama

Prosecutors are now investigating the Alpstaeg ad

The public prosecutor’s office in Lucerne is examining the complaint against Bernhard Alpstaeg. How that turns out is completely open. Three scenarios are possible.

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The shareholder dispute between Bernhard Alpstaeg and Josef Bieri is likely to drag on.

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Carlo Emanuele FrezzaReporter football

Now it’s time to get down to business. The Lucerne public prosecutor’s office confirms to Blick that the criminal complaint filed by the FCL leadership against Bernhard Alpstaeg is being investigated. A partial success for minority shareholder Josef Bieri and Co. Ultimately, the public prosecutor’s office could have dismissed the complaint if they had regarded the allegations as completely irrelevant. Nevertheless, the presumption of innocence applies.

The lawsuit is about the stock deal between Alpstaeg and Walter Stierli. On February 26, 2019, the Board of Directors determined that Bernhard Alpstaeg owned a 25 percent stake in Stierli’s shares. However, the current board of directors is certain that not everything was legal back then. “Presumably criminally relevant facts have led to this approval being given,” said board member Ursula Engelberger-Koller the day after the general meeting in December. For this reason, Alpstaeg was summarily deprived of 25 percent of its shares.

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