ONE MAN TELLS IT ALL IN THE LAWSUIT OF THE DECADE
Victor Carlström exposes heavy corruption, bribery, and crimes by Sweden’s biggest financial companies and the government bodies meant to oversee them.
Who is Victor Carlström
Victor is a 37-year-old Swedish citizen who, from 2006-2015 was the hottest financial broker in the country. As a fund manager, he employed more than 200 people, managing more than 10,000 clients. He has a proven track record at international banks such as Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, Société Générale, BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, UBS, HSBC, Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland, EFG Bank, Nordea, SEB, Swedbank, Danske Bank, Handelsbanken, SBAB Bank, ING, and Carnegie Investment Bank.
It wasn’t until his company SBS Resurs Direkt was the biggest fundraiser for Folksam, which counted half of Sweden’s population as its clients, that he started to see the widespread corruption and the criminal enterprise that was Sweden’s government and top financial institutions.
He knew too much about the wrong people. That knowledge destroyed his family and almost took his life. Today, Victor is seeking asylum in the United States, while he works to destroy corrupt and powerful global corporations and government entities. His US$4.2 billion lawsuit, filed in New York City, seeks to preserve the financial futures of his generation and his children’s generation.