A Swiss investment group is behind the opening of the centre, which will begin by offering four courses and with an initial investment of 2.2 million euros. Marbellais about to join the list of towns which have private universities. After months of bureaucratic processes since the contract for the construction and management of this type of educational centre was put to tender, the mayor, Ángeles Muñoz has now announced the name of the chosen firm, which was the only one to express an interest in the initiative. Behind the Centro de Estudios Universitarios Internacionales de Marbella (MIUSC), which should open in September, is a Swiss holding company, the Genint group, which has interests and investments in different business sectors all over the world. With 15 years’ experience in financial advising, these investors view theMarbellaproject as a new business opportunity, explained Max Blauenstein, a representative of the firm, this week. “The crisis has led us to diversify our investments and we have seen the possibility of doing business with this project because we have confidence in its success”, he says.
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- Article 305 of the criminal law: Fraud to the Inland Revenue: Fraud to the Inland Revenue for the non payment of taxes, amounts retained o which should have been retained or payments on account, as long as the amount exceeds one hundred and twenty thousands €uros. Imprisonment from one to five years and fines up to six times the amount due.
- Article 307 of the criminal law: Fraud to the Social Security: Fraud to the Social Security for the non payments of Social Security Contributions, obtaining benefits without the right to do so, as long as the amount exceeds fifty thousands €uros. Imprisonment from one to five years and fines up to six times the amount due.