STUTTGART — Top managers and supervisory house members during Porsche SE, Volkswagen Group’s infancy shareholder, can still transport to a United States but risk or fear of prosecution, a company’s conduct of authorised affairs said.
“Porsche SE is assured that no house member can be indicted of offenses, and that a members of a government and supervisory play can still transport to a United States but restrictions and risk,” Manfred Doess, a holding firm’s authorised chief, pronounced on Tuesday during Porsche SE’s annual shareholder meeting.
U.S. authorities progressing this month released an arrest warrant opposite VW Group’s former CEO, Martin Winterkorn, after indicting him on 4 transgression charges in a automaker’s diesel-emissions scandal.
Porsche SE CEO Hans Dieter Poetsch, VW’s former financial arch who is being investigated by prosecutors in Brunswick, Germany, for suspected marketplace strategy associated to a scandal, told shareholders that he frequently travels to a U.S.
Doess pronounced Porsche SE has no believe of an general detain aver opposite Wolfgang Porsche, a firm’s authority and a member of VW’s supervisory board.
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