Former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was ordered to pay 74,792 euros ($82,400) in back taxes and interest in a Luxembourg court ruling over his role at a bankrupt hedge fund he co-founded

Rejection judgment of the administrative court of appeal Mr Dominique Strauss-Kahn

By judgment of 2 November 2016, No. 36410 of the role, the Third Chamber of the Administrative Court rejected and declared unfounded the action brought by Mr Dominique Strauss-Kahn against such a decision of the Director of Administration of Direct Contribution rejecting her complaint against an appeal bulletin collateral issued against him.

The court essentially held that the mere quality administrator of Mr. Strauss-Kahn of the LSK company can not exempt him from personal responsibility for the compliance with legal and statutory obligations of that company, as a director as a representative of a company, acting in lieu thereof, shall ensure enforcement of tax obligations of the legal entity he represents one of those obligations consisting in particular for the legal representative a company to operate, report and remit the withholding tax and, in general, to be paid on the funds it manages the taxes the company owes. The court therefore considered that Mr Strauss-Kahn was responsible, together with the CEO, to conduct the withholding taxes on wages and salaries of the LSK company employees and continue the amounts due to it under the administration direct Contributions.

The court therefore confirmed the obligation on the part of Mr. Dominique Strauss-Kahn to pay the sum of 74,792.40, – euros in principal and interest resulting from unrealized tax deductions for 2014.

[April 18 31 offshore companies were “established and operated by a subsidiary of LSK]

In October 2013, Dominique Strauss-Kahn became president of Leyne , Strauss- Kahn .    A total of 31 offshore companies were “established and operated by a subsidiary of LSK called ASSYA Asset Management Luxembourg (AAML)” and were registered in the Seychelles, the British Virgin Islands, Panama and Hong Kong, Strauss-Kahn had hoped to turn LSK into a $2 billion investment fund and headed its board of directors from September 2013 to October 2014. A subsidiary of LSK had been setting up offshore companies for wealthy clients since 2007,when AAML was called MZ Finance, named after its French founders Jean-Christophe and Fabien Zuili amount. These practices predate the arrival of DSK to head LSK, the other leader, Thierry Leyne committed suicide there a year and a half.
[December 2015] In a Paris courtroom a child’s unnamed 45-year-old mother requested about $8,672 a month in support payments from DSK, after allegedly trying unsuccessfully to get him to pay up for a year and a half.DSK, 66, already has four grown kids from three marriages, ranging in age from 20 to 42. The report said he had allegedly avoided the DNA tests, but gave in after a year and a half of legal arguments.

[August 2 2011 DSK: She kept a diary, she says, Marie Victorine ]




The pressure became too strong. Marie M. Victorine, 38, decided to come forward and speak openly, without disguise. This young woman says she has been for nearly a year’s mistress Dominique Strauss-Kahn, a connection she recorded daily in a diary. Born of Spanish mother and Congolese father, she met with Socialist leader in February 1997 in his home town of Sarcelles, near Paris, where he was mayor. Secret meetings, stolen kisses, it evokes a consuming passion of love today. “My first love,” she said. A statement that sheds some light on what may have been the hidden life of DSK and explain the eagerness of lawyers Nafissatou Diallo, the maid of Sofitel, to uncover everything in the past the old boss IMF could serve the cause of their client. Swiss magazine