Thursday, February 26, 2015

Head of Deutsche Bank in court? – Südwestpresse

Head of Deutsche Bank in court? – Südwestpresse

The Chef Deutsche Bank Jürgen Fitschen should have lied in the parish process. On the prosecution apparently now following a trial.

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Is the co-chief executive of Deutsche Bank, J & # xFC; rgen Fitschen, soon to court?

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If the Co-CEO of Deutsche Bank, Jürgen Fitschen, soon to court?

German Bank Co-CEO Juergen Fitschen must, according to the news magazine “Der Spiegel” responsible to the District Court of Munich on April 28 because of accusations of fraud process. However, a spokeswoman for the court said yesterday that there was no decision on the approval of the indictment, which was filed in September last year, the prosecutor’s office. A spokesman for Deutsche Bank declined to comment.

The MünchenI prosecution had Fitschen accused of alleged fraud lawsuit for damages to the media mogul Leo Kirch. The allegations relate, inter alia Fitschens predecessor Rolf Breuer and Josef Ackermann and two other board members. All bankers are supposed to have made false statements in court and denied it.

It would be the second trial of a chief executive of Deutsche Bank. In 2004, Ackermann had to answer for in the Mannesmann process. On 627 pages throw the prosecutors hinge plates & amp; Co. this before: you had in the compensation process to the bankruptcy of the Kirch group to have been triggered by an interview of former Bank CEO Breuer in February 2002, more than three years ago gave false and actually lied to a compensation to prevent -Payment to church. A year ago, the German bank had finished the dispute with church and EUR 925 million paid to the heirs of the late media entrepreneur.

Now threatens Fitschen a situation similar to its predecessor Ackermann, who in 2004 for months for alleged infidelity had to answer for before he was acquitted months later in 2004. Ackermann remained during the process in office.


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