The largest single amount of debt in Kaisa Liski’s foreclosure certificate is a debt claim of EUR 810,733, which is borne by the real estate queen’s former employer.
Kiinteistökuningattarena better known Kaisa Liski is today the queen of debts. The combined amount of his personal and corporate foreclosure debt is more than 1.2 million euros.
The total amount is shown in the Helsinki Enforcement Agency’s recent Enforcement Register certificate, which was registered on Wednesday and contains all outstanding debts for a period of two years.
Absolutely not all things are left behind. According to the register, Kaisa Liski has paid, among other things, parking error fees for 2019, which were 94 euros.
The Helsinki Bailiff’s Office does not provide detailed information on debts or the purpose for which the loans were taken.
However, the register is up-to-date and gives a clear picture of the indebtedness of the person and his business.
Liski indebtedness has grown to millions in a short period of time. The biggest creditors are his former employer, banks, the taxpayer, collection companies and the employment pension insurer Varma.
The largest single debt amount is a bond receivable of EUR 810,377, the applicant of which is Uudenmaan Viva Oy.
The dispute concerning the claim was heard in the Helsinki Court of Appeal in the winter, but the decision has been postponed to the end of August, the Court of Appeal reports.
The amount of the debt is a contractual dispute between Liski and his former employer, which Liski lost in the Hyvinkää District Court and according to the settlement he would have to pay compensation of 660,000 euros. The decision of the district court is not final, because Liski appealed the decision to the Court of Appeal.
Liski has accumulated approximately 350,000 euros in private debts over a two-year period. Detailed information on debts is not available. However, it is mainly Liski’s own personal debts, but also corporate debts.
The largest debt under private law is more than 130,000 euros given to Liski by an individual and he is claiming his debts.
Almost EUR 210,000 Liski owes personally and through its business operations to banks, credit card companies and collection agencies.
Significant amounts of credit card payments from Liski have not been processed. American Express Europe and SEB Kort Bank Ab are claiming a total of approximately EUR 30,000.
The list of banks and collection agencies is long. Lowell bears almost EUR 17,000, Svea Collection about EUR 20,000, S-Bank about EUR 11,000 and also Handelsbanken Rahoitus Oyj. Bank Norwegian’s receivables are almost EUR 70,000.
The list of creditors also includes AA-Yleislaina OÜ, Intrum Debt Finance AG, OK-Perintä Oy, Nordax Bank AB, Aasa Oy, OPR-Yritysrahoitus Oy, OK Perintä Oy and Resurs Bank AB.
year According to the 2018 tax data, Liski’s capital and earned income was more than EUR 120,000. Despite his good earnings, however, he has accumulated a significant tax debt.
According to the enforcement register, the taxpayer expects payments of almost 65,000 euros. The amount consists of approximately EUR 36,000, EUR 14,200 and EUR 14,360 in residual taxes.
Liski has not paid EUR 476 in property taxes and more than EUR 800 in advance taxes.
Entrepreneur’s pension insurance premiums have also been in arrears. Varma Mutual Pension Insurance Company bears several installments, the total amount of which rises to approximately EUR 10,500.
The length of the drawout register is almost eight strips.
However, there are payments that Liski has made according to the register.
He has paid the City of Helsinki’s parking supervision fees 94 euros and the entrepreneur’s pension contributions almost 4,000 euros, according to the register data.
However, Liski’s financial difficulties continue. On Wednesday, there was supposed to be a party discussion in Riihimäki at the Kanta-Häme Enforcement Agency concerning the sale of seized property related to debts. It is not necessary for the debtor to appear at the hearing for the parties and, according to IS, Liski did not attend the event either.
The Kanta-Häme Enforcement Agency did not say anything about the content of the meeting. The agency also did not say whether Liski was at the meeting or not.
“I’ve been using my child savings account”
Ilta-Sanomat reached out to Kaisa Liski on Thursday afternoon to comment on the huge debts she had accumulated.
– There is no way I can pay such sums. I don’t know if I will ever be able to pay them if the full amount remains to be paid to me. Sure, if the trial goes well, maybe then I’ll get paid for them someday. But when there is more than a million in debt, few are able to pay such sums, Liski admits.
Much of Liski’s debts stem from a lawsuit he lost against his former employer. He lost the case in the district court, but has appealed to the Court of Appeal. The judgment is therefore not yet final.
According to Liski, the lawsuit and its aftermath have also caused a large part of other debts. Liski says he was on a one-year sick leave as a result of the lawsuit and therefore his other company went bankrupt.
– After that, I was a lot guaranteeing the financing of the company itself, Liski says.
– A company in such poor condition will no longer receive an extended payment period, but everything must be paid immediately. That’s why I took on a lot of debt that I had to guarantee myself. So, I have personally been to ensure a loan that I have taken my business, for example, payment of wages. I have never failed to pay any wages to my employees.
Liski says he has done everything he can to cope with his difficult financial situation.
– I’ve been using my child savings account, where I collected the money himself. I’ve sold everything possible, what I have been able to sell that I have received over the last six months of paid wages. That is where the spiral has begun. I have taken a debt that I have received wages paid, Liski explains.
– Many said to stop taking a debt because of the payment of wages and let the company just go bankrupt, but I did not want to do it. Should have.