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German payments processor has battled allegations of fraud, forgery and opaque business links.
Munich police investigated €80,000 transfer to landlord of fugitive executive’s fiancée
Election frontrunner under scrutiny over issues opponents hope will cast finance minister in unflattering light
Henry O’Sullivan allegedly instructed local firm Citadelle Corporate Services to falsify a document
Landmark lawsuit will be closely watched by payments group’s former shareholders, bondholders and lenders
Country’s highest court has rejected an attempt to force the publication of an unredacted report
German authorities say evidence against Alexander Schütz does not justify a formal investigation
Heike Pauls was fired after she briefed collapsed group’s management about criticism
Plus, Credit Suisse cuts Sanjeev Gupta some slack, and a look back at the life of colourful software magnate John McAfee
Documents reveal the German payments company was chaotic, byzantine and often ineffective
Finance ministry official asked BaFin vice-president to provide potential questions which he wanted to pass to MPs
Prosecutors investigate whether Wulf Matthias assisted in embezzlement at disgraced payments group
Former EY auditor Andreas Loetscher says he should not be named in German parliamentary report
Prosecutors suspect Finolita was used to steal more than €100m from German payments company
Opposition report lambasts finance minister and describes chancellor as “too naive”
National Bureau of Investigation recommends Jan Marsalek faces charges over collapse of German payment group
Filipino denies he was a trustee for the payments group and describes himself as a ‘victim’ in the scandal
Germany’s largest lender to invite new tenders for its 2022 audit
German parliamentary investigator found the accountancy firm missed opportunities to identify fraud
Parliamentary committee and Big Four firm clash over release of full report
Pav Gill, who exposed one of Europe’s biggest corporate frauds, says doing the right thing ‘always has a cost’
Board member says supervisors globally need to step up exchange of information
Parliamentarians call for tighter rules after Finolita/Wirecard scandal
UAB Finolita Unio processed tens of millions of euros that went to now fugitive executive
Former Wirecard employee told MPs that one of the withdrawals was for a businessman convicted in US