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Christensen Holdings
Industry
  • Real Estate
  • Infrastructure Investment
  • Lending
  • Wealth Management
Founded 1973
Founder Jörg II
Headquarters Kongerhus, Burgundie
Area served
Ixnay
Key people
Kliebold Christensen CEO and President,
Haddock Christensen Executive Vice President,
Olan Christensen CFO,
Marta Christensen CIO
Owner Kliebold Christensen
Website www.chholdings.ix

During a visit to Venceia, Heku in 1973, Hekuvian Crown Prince Raphael, convinced Burgundian Crown Prince Jörg to buy up land in an underdeveloped coastal town that Raphael hoped to turn into a mecca for beach-side discotheques and the party culture in general. The impressionable Burgundian prince, bewildered by the grandeur of the Hekuvian court set about the creation of a real estate investment firm. The following year, Raphael was crowned as the Imperator and invited Crown Prince Jörg as a guest of honor. Caesar Raphael used the Burgundian money as well Hekuvian investments and turned Malta into an Ixbiza.

Jörg continued his investment in Malta until his death in 1990. In 1987, his son Crown Prince Kliebold took over the ownership of the company and began diversifying their assets. At first, he expanded the real estate holdings into North Amerigo but by the late 1990s he was also consolidating the royal stakes in companies and their stocks under the Christensen Holdings banner. When Kliebold Christensen took over from his father, he greatly expanded the companies power by putting the royal families inherited lands under the companies assets and making infrastructure investment, lending and wealth management for other nobles a part of the company portfolio.

Local Properties Owned or Personally Titled

Foreign Properties Owned

City
Country
Picture Date(s) of Purchase Total Price Description Discrepencies Notes
Malta
Heku
Miami Beach, FL - panoramio.jpg 1974-present $470million *Hotels
*Condominiums
*Resaurants
*Beach Villas
N/A N/A
Markstone
North Amerigo
N/A 1988-2006 $123million *3 High-rise condominiums,
*4 Apartment Buildings,
*2 Parking Garages
*1 Commercial Block
N/A All security provided by Amerigan PMCs
Dewhurst
North Amerigo
N/A 1991-2015 $92million *1 High-rise Mixed-use Tower,
*2 Mid-rise Condominiums,
*2 Commercial Blocks
N/A All security provided by Amerigan PMCs
Haedleigh
North Amerigo
N/A 1994-2026 $87million *5 Apartment Buildings,
*1 Parking Lot,
*3 Commercial Blocks
N/A All security provided by Amerigan PMCs
Acrine
North Amerigo
N/A 2001-2026 $102million *3 High-rise condominiums,
*1 Shopping Mall
N/A All security provided by Amerigan PMCs
State of Jedborough
North Amerigo
Champ de blé Côte-d'Or Bourgogne avril 2014.jpg 1989-1993 $29million 12,530 acre (19.57 sq. mi.) wheat farm N/A N/A
State of Dewhurst
North Amerigo
Field, corn, Liechtenstein, Mountains, Alps, Vaduz, sky, clouds, landscape.jpg 1990-1997 $85million *19,370 acre (30.2 sq. mi.) wheat farm
*27,380 acre (42.8 sq. mi.) corn farm
N/A N/A
Novi Splitu
Slakonian
N/A 2015-2022 $7.2million *2 Mid-rise Condominiums,
*1 Apartment Building,
*1 Commercial Block
N/A N/A
Bergstein
Slakonian
N/A 2015-2022 $1.7million *1 High-rise Mixed-use Tower,
*1 Apartment Building
N/A N/A
Eindhoven
Slakonian
N/A 2016-2021 $1.7million *2 Apartment Buildings,
*1 Commercial Block
N/A N/A
Llanfairpwllgwyngyll
Slakonian
N/A 2021 $4.2million *3 Apartment Buildings N/A N/A
Stratslovak, Reborania
Helvianir
N/A 2027 $146million *1 High-rise Mixed-use Tower,
*3 Apartment Buildings,
*2 Commercial Blocks,
*1 Parking Garage,
*1 Shopping Mall
N/A N/A
Bălnița, Reborania
Helvianir
N/A 2027 $210million *6 High-rise condominiums,
*2 Apartment Buildings,
*8 Commercial Blocks
N/A N/A
Skibin, Reborania
Helvianir
N/A 2027 $210million *4 High-rise Mixed-use Towers,
*1 High-rise condominium,
*2 Commercial Blocks,
*3 Parking Garages
N/A N/A
Christengård
Azikoria
N/A 2028 $14million 3,016 acre (4.7 sq. mi.) ranch Local anti-capitalist resistance N/A

Large Shareholdings

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