The Curns SO, alias Curns Group, was an international concern with headquarters in Switzerland. The consortium had eight companies in Greece, Serbia, Spain and Switzerland and employed total of 80 employees in manufacturing and raw industries.
Since August 11, 2010, the dividend payment was based on the Curns Shareholder Rights (CSR) system:
- CSR regulated the dividend payment of the CUP shares.
- After every monthly report, all shareholders were recorded with their profile name and number of CUP shares.
- If a dividend payment was decided, all shareholders were able to send a request for their right for the payment of the dividends.
- After 7 days expires the claim of dividend payment automatically.
- Request of dividend payment was to be sent via Mail, via Curns IRC Channel or directly to the co-owner.
The Curns Group, besides the raw and manufacture industries, was also active in some additional businesses.
|11.08.2009||Switzerland||Q1 Moving ticket||Swiss International Air Lines|
|10.01.2010||Switzerland||Q1 Weapon||Mowag |
|Date||Country||Industry||Commentary||New trademark||Trade licences|
|24.09.2009||Spain||Iron||Q1 from||Curns Metals||China, Iran, Russia, Serbia, Switzerland & USA|
|03.12.2009||Mexico||Oil||Q2 from ||Curns Standard Oil||Greece, Mexico, Spain, Switzerland & Venezuela|
|19.12.2009||Switzerland||Food||Q3 from || Zweifel_Pomy-Chips;
upgraded to Q4 on 01.05.2010 and then to Q5 on 04.06.2010
|Hungary, Romania, Spain, Switzerland & USA|
|27.07.2010||Switzerland||Moving Ticket||Q3 by Walther Rathenau||N/A||N/A|
The Curns Group was a leading consulting centre for military, politics and economy.
The Curns Group had an internal public relation department and get orders also for extern customers. Since September 23, 2010, marketed the Curns Group especially for articles so-called votes and subscription services with a maximum capacity up to 800 VS. This high VS-Volume catapulted the Curns Group overnight to leading PR-Service Enterprise with a strong influence of the international media.
The Curns Group has since its foundation operated successfully in various investment businesses. However, the requirements for the investment banking were increased as the department detached from Curns SO and the Division for International Exchange & Yield (DIXY) was founded.
Information about the Division and its employees was relatively unknown, with an exception, that they had one or more independent organizations.
Since May 2010 the Curns Group managed an own exchange for Credit Default Swaps (CDS), called Credit Default Swaps Exchange (CDSX) and operated as a single issuer. For the CDS commercialization worked some licensed agents for one's own account or by order of the Curns Group. For the last, the agents earned the commission per closed transaction.
Change of Leadership
The Curns Group had several leadership changes since its founding.
|23.02.2010||Pascal Couchepin||Retired (Unqualified)|
- Q4 10.09,
- Q4 11.09,
- Q4 12.09,
- Q1 01.10,
- Q1 03.10,
- Q2 04.10,
- Q2 05.10,
- Q2 06.10,
- Q3 07.10,
- Q3 08.10,
- Q3 09.10,
- Q4 10.10,
- Q4 11.10,