Hans-Christian Mathiesen

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Hans-Christian Mathiesen (HC) was born on 11 April, 1965 in Roskilde, Denmark. Discover Hans-Christian Mathiesen’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?

Popular AsHC
Age55 years old
Zodiac SignAries
Born11 April 1965
Birthday11 April
BirthplaceRoskilde, Denmark

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His wife is LGV (m. 2018)

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Hans-Christian Mathiesen Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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On 23 August, it was announced that Mathiesen would permanently be removed from his post as Chief of the Army, despite there being no conclusions made by Judge Advocate Corps. He would be replaced by Michael Lollesgaard who served as Military Representative to NATO and EU. MALT who served as Vice Chief of Defence, would then replaced Lollesgaard’s position in NATO. Mathiesen’s lawyer saw the removal as an unfair disciplinary reaction. On 19 May 2020, Mathiesen was sentenced 60 days in jail, a sentence he appealed.


The online defence media, OLFI, published on 18 October 2018, an exposé of Mathiesen’s alleged claims of nepotism. In the report, it outlined how Mathiesen had used his power to give favourable job positions to his girlfriend “LGV”.

As a result of the report, Mathiesen was temporarily suspended on 24 October 2018, pending further investigations. On 31 January 2019, the Judge Advocate Corps announced they decided to charge Mathiesen for civil service abuse under the Criminal Code and gross negligence of duty under the Military Penal Code.


The case began in spring 2017, when an anonymous source contacted OLFI, claiming: “obvious and extreme nepotism” was taking place “To advance the career of his girlfriend”. The conflict can be traced back to 2014, when Mathiesen was responsible for the removal of international deployment as an admission criteria to the Masters in Military studies (MMS), allowing his girlfriend apply. Mathiesen reportedly also moved her name up the priority list, only recusing himself when it was too late to change the list. In 2015, Mathiesen created a position within the Army Staff with focus on “developing, implement and coordinate initiatives aimed at ensuring broad recruitment, retention and development of personnel in the Army until 2025”. According to many sources, the job listing seemed to be directly aimed towards LGV, as a finished MMS was not required. As a result, there was only one applicant, LGV, who was promoted to major before she finished her MMS. In 2016, LVG applied for the higher Operations and Management Course (OFU) and got accepted, despite her lacking any experience in the required fields of international deployment and operational leadership experience.


Born into a military family, Mathiesen joined the military after he finished gymnasium. He became a sergeant in 1985, and continued to the Royal Danish Military Academy, from which he graduated in 1989. Mathiesen served in a number of regiments, before he became a public figure in 2001 where he served as communications chief and the face outward for the Danish involvement in Afghanistan. He later served as commander of the Danish contribution toISAF and Chief of the Joint Operations Centre for the Kosovo Force. In 2014, Mathiesen was appointed Chief of the Royal Danish Army.


Major General Hans-Christian Mathiesen (born 11 April 1965) is a former Chief of the Royal Danish Army, who was removed from his post following accusations of nepotism. In May 2020 he was found guilty of negligence, abuse of office, and passing on confidential information.