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ConTrust funds demand outstanding installments from investors – however, investors should by no means pay too quickly

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Munich, July 19, 2021 – Investors in ConTrust Beteiligungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG and ConTrust Energiefonds GmbH & Co. 1 KG have received requests for payment from ConTrust GmbH in the last few days.

First, the investors in these two funds, who had entered into an installment payment obligation and no longer made the monthly payments, were asked to pay the installments that had become due. Investors in ConTrust Beteiligungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG have now even received a request not only to pay the installments due, but also the entire outstanding subscription amount at once. In the event of non-payment, consequences are threatened.

The law firm CLLB Rechtsanwälte, which specializes in banking and capital markets law, helps those affected to protect their rights. In the opinion of CLLB Rechtsanwälte, the legal situation is by no means as clear as the windows of ConTrust GmbH want to represent. “Rather, we are assuming,” says lawyer Istvan Cocron from the law firm CLLB Rechtsanwälte, which specializes in banking and capital markets law and has offices in Munich and Berlin, “that the claims made are in many cases not enforceable, or at least not enforceable to the extent required. “Attorney Istvan Cocron therefore advises all investors concerned not to rush to pay, but to have the claims checked by a specialized law firm.

Press contact: Lawyer Istvan Cocron, CLLB Lawyers Cocron, Liebl, Leitz, Braun, Kainz, Sittner Partnerschaft mbB, Liebigstr. 21, 80538 Munich, Tel .: 089-552 999 50, Fax .: 089-552 999 90, Mail: [email protected] web: http://www.cllb.de

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