The missing Wirecard Manager Jan Marsalek, apparently, has fled to Belarus. It reported the "mirror". Already on the day of its exemption of the Austrians had fled the country.report: the Chancellery helped Wirecard transactions in China
The Chancellor's office has used a media report that in the past year for the now insolvent payment service provider Wirecard and its planned market entry in China. The the news magazine "Spiegel" reported on Friday, citing the Chancellor's office. Accordingly, German Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) spoke at the 3. September 2019 to grasp with the former Minister of defence Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg about the company's plans in the Chinese market.
Guttenberg advised the Dax-listed company in its Expansion to China with his Investment and consulting firm Spitzberg Partners. On the same day, Guttenberg've sent an E-Mail to Lars-Hendrik Röller, the Director of the Department for economic, financial and energy policy of the Chancellor's office and the Personal representative of Merkel for the G7 and the G20 summit. Michael Kappeler/dpa, The German Chancellor at the time of their trip to China.
in it, he informed Röller, according to the "mirror" of the intended market entry by Wirecard in China and asked him for "support in the framework of the visit to China" Merkel's on 6. and 7. September, 2019. After the trip to China Röller answered, therefore, Guttenberg, 8. September, by e-Mail, "that the subject had come for the visit to China, and other support promised".
In the Wirecard scandal, the pressure on the Federal government grew most recently, and in particular the Federal Minister Olaf Scholz (SPD). This was according to his Ministry on 19. February 2019 informed that the financial Supervisory authority Bafin in the case of Wirecard investigated for market manipulation.
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