The ceo of IAG, Willie Walsh, who last week announced his departure from the group of carriers, leaving the front of the president of Iberia, Luis Gallego, has recognized that it keeps a long time in a relationship with an employee of the group, according to the newspaper The Times. However, the company denies that the performance of the executive irish have to do with that relationship.
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however, the output will produce the next from the next month of march, when Walsh will leave the ceo position in the hands of Luis Gallego. Already in June, Walsh will leave IAG permanently.
Walsh was divorced last year and The Times recalls that he sold 700,000 of his shares worth 3.5 million pounds (4 million euros) to pay for their separation. The past month of may was ordered to sell up to a third of their titles in IAG according to renoció analysts by "a financial obligation pending" with his ex-wife. The marital problems of Walsh forced him to execute the sale of a third of his position, which amounted to more than two million titles in the company in three large blocks.Updated Date: 13 January 2020, 20:00