Sweden: Sweden’s Royal Court comments as Chris O’Neill closes down two companies

NordenBladet – Princess Madeleine of Sweden’s husband, Chris O’Neill, has closed down two of his former firms. According to Swedish newspaper Expressen, Mr O’Neill has closed down Wilton Partners and Warwick Partners over the last few years.

In addition to shutting down these two companies, Mr O’Neill has also withdrawn from his prominent roles in companies Wilton Payments and Belgravia Investment. Both these companies remain active. Expressen further reports that all the companies are listed at the same law firm in Palm Beach, Florida, where they have been in contact with lawyer Timothy Hanlon who is the contact listed for the companies. Mr Hanlon has declined to answer questions about the reason for the changes that have been made. Mr O’Neill has also made no comment on the reports.

The communications manager at the Swedish Royal Court, Margareta Thorgren, tells Expressen that O’Neill has several companies that are used for investments amongst other things. She said: “When the companies are no longer needed, they dissolve – which is something you can expect. In addition, O’Neill goes from leading to non-leading roles in some investment companies. These changes have no effect on his shareholder status.”

Chris O’Neill was born in London to an American father and Austrian mother in 1974. His father was an investor and Chris followed in the family’s footsteps. Among other things, Chris O’Neill has worked as a financial advisor for wealthy clients, at which he was highly successful. He married Princess Madeleine of Sweden in 2013. He chose to remain a private citizen and continue with his business abroad. Since 2018, the family has been located in Florida.

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