Nissan faces a large fine due to Carlos GhosnJune 26, 2019
The former head of the Renault – Nissan – Mitsubishi alliance, Carlos Ghosn, is suspected of having transferred his personal losses from a failed investment to the company
Nissan may be fined $ 22 million in the near future. Such sanctions threaten concern for admitting the machinations of its former leader Carlos Ghosn. At the moment, this issue is being studied by the commission for monitoring transactions in the stock market, Kyodo reports.
Top managers are suspected that he passed his personal losses on unsuccessful investments to Nissan. At the same time, the commission believes that the concern’s leadership knew about these frauds. The final decision on this issue will be made by the Ministry of Finance of the country.
In addition, in May, the Tokyo prosecutor’s office accused the former head of the Renault – Nissan – Mitsubishi alliance of misappropriation of the Nissan concern. The prosecutor’s office believes that Ghosn, using a fraudulent scheme, stole almost $ 5 million. In turn, Ghosn completely denies all the charges against him. During interrogations, he uses his right to silence.
Carlos Ghosn was arrested on November 19, 2018. Japanese police suspect him of tax evasion. According to her, for this, he deliberately distorted information about the size of their own payments. Investigators began investigating a top manager after reports from an anonymous informant inside the auto concern.
Carlos Ghosn was dismissed from the post of chairman of the board of directors of Nissan Motor Co. November 22. Later, the leadership of the Japanese automaker Mitsubishi also decided to dismiss Carlos Ghosn from the post of chairman of the board of directors. Finally, on January 23, it became known that Ghosn left the post of general director of Renault. In addition, the French concern decided not to pay Carlos Ghosn compensation for his dismissal.
In April, the former head of the Renault – Nissan – Mitsubishi alliance, Carlos Ghosn, was expelled from the board of directors of Nissan. After his dismissal, he will not receive any monetary compensation in the company. Also, the concern left Greg Kelly, also accused of fraud.