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Jan Marsalek, Wirecard Former CEO, May Have Not Gone to Philippines, Still on the Lam

Jan Marsalek, the former COO of Wirecard AG (WDI:DE) who was fired from his job when €1.9 billion went missing, may have never traveled to the Philippines in late June as records he entered the country were apparently faked, according to a report by Reuters. Marsalek pulled… Read More

House of Cards: Wirecard Management Says Ability to Continue as a Going Concern is Not Assured

Yesterday, it was reported that Wirecard AG (WDI:DE) had initiated bankruptcy proceedings as the company attempted to stave off a complete financial collapse created by a misplaced amount of funds totaling around €1.9 billion. Allegations of profound actions of fraud immediately followed as the former… Read More

Wirecard Bankrupt – Once High Flying Fintech Files for Insolvency Over Missing €1.9 Billion

Wirecard (WDI.DE) has filed for insolvency following a report €1.9 Billion had gone missing. Shares in Wirecard collapsed on the news trading at around €2.50 a share. It was only last week that shares in Wirecard traded at over €100 a share. Wirecard joined the… Read More

Former Wirecard COO May Have Absconded to the Philippines – Report

The collateral damage of the alleged Wirecard (WDI.DE) fraud will not be fully understood for weeks or months. Earlier this week, disgraced former CEO Markus Braun was arrested by Munich Police. He was soon back out on the street after ponying up a €5 million… Read More

Former Wirecard CEO Markus Braun Arrested as Scandal Regarding Missing €1.9 Billion Raises More Questions

Markus Braun, former CEO of Wirecard (WDI:DE) has been arrested by Munich authorities according to multiple reports. Braun apparently turned himself into local police as the Fintech attempts to unravel what exactly happened to the missing €1.9 billion. Last week, Wirecard halted a scheduled financial… Read More

Wirecard Board: Missing €1.9 Billion Simply May Not Exist [u]

Wirecard AG  (WDI.DE), a publicly-traded Fintech that jolted shareholders last week when it disclosed it could not account for €1.9 billion, has issued a new statement today on the missing funds. According to the Management Board of Wirecard “there is a prevailing likelihood that the… Read More

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