Police invasion charter office in Singapore to & # 39; Follow FT reports that claimed fraud


SINGAPORE: The police rested on Friday (February 8) that it attacked the German cardiac processor processor, who has been on the # looks at a series of reports with a Financial Times newspaper that sets out crime in the Singapore center.

"The police have confirmed that we have invaded the properties of Wirecard characters in Singapore," they said in response to questions from Channel NewsAsia.

According to its website, Wirecard provides online payment solutions and head-to-head services for merchants, airlines and passengers, banks, telecommunications operators and service providers.

Some of its partners include Alipay, American Express, UnionPay, Visa, Mastercard, ComfortDelGro, EZ-Link, Cheers and Singtel.

Financial Times said last week, he saw documents from lawyers that were expressed by Wirecard, showing that they had found evidence that "seriously served and / or fiscal crime was a" serious crime / documents "at the office of a & # 39; group in Singapore.

The Singapore Police Force on Monday said he was looking into the case.

Cartoon told News Newsia that he had met with the authorities in Singapore on Friday morning for help with inquiries.

"A meeting that happened," he said in a statement.

"We reiterate that the unofficial allegations made by the FT against Wirecard workers are underpinned. We intend to continue to cooperate with the Singapore police, and promise to complete our internal research and publish those results to the public ".

"We will also follow all legal pathways to verify the certification card of the fraudulent and insulting allegations."


An earlier postcard said he would want Financial Times to go to; announces three reports that reported a fraud and creative accountability at the Singapore office, calling them to be harmful and harmful to the reputation of those named.

The latest ones, on Thursday's online newspapers, said that Wirecard workers had been involved in "collective" funding to reduce scheduled income, and managers from the Munich headquarters have been aware of their usage.

"In the article published yesterday, rescue card workers are pronounced by straightforward and wrong allegations," said Wirecard in an earlier statement.

"We will use all legal procedures available to protect their company and in particular our employees and their personal rights. Certification card provides legal actions against the FT and The accounts are informal. "

An affirmation did not say in the sovereignty of his intention to bring legal action. A spokesman told him that an action company would do to protect the personal reputation of individuals named in a statement; newspaper.

The company also had a & # 39; Co-operate with the authorities in ongoing surveys in dealing with market markets in stock stock made by the Munich state procurator with support from the Bafin financial regulator.

Reuters announced, the procurator in Munich stated that he was aware of the police invasion of Singapore but this did not change his opinion that there was insufficient evidence to take criminal detection against card- post.

Markus Braun, rescue card leader, who is the largest partner of the company with a 7 per cent stakeholder, on Monday found no evidence of criminal misconduct with a compliance & # 39; company or by Rajah & Tann. Surveys were ongoing and it would be ready quickly, he said.

A certification card, established in 1999, has been the long-term goal for short-selling retailers – market players who have a long-term market. Trying to benefit from accidents in the shared price of a company – which has questioned its accounting methods and rapidly expanding internationally.

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