MUNICH (Reuters) – A report by a law firm mandated by German payments company Wirecard to investigate transactions that media reports described as suspicious could be completed soon, a source told Reuters on Friday.
Wirecard declined to comment.
CEO Helge Braun earlier said on Twitter: “I am convinced that in the very near future the market can solely focus on the strong operative performance and innovations of Wirecard”
The company in February said law firm Rajah & Tann made no conclusive findings of criminal misconduct by employees of the company.
German authorities in February opened an investigation into a Financial Times journalist after the paper reported on the company’s Singapore transactions citing an internal probe by Rajah & Tann.
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