Martedì, 23 Ottobre 2018

Sopaf offices searched in bankruptcy probe


Milan, April 3 - Finance police searched the
offices of Italian investment holding Sopaf on Wednesday as part
of a probe into alleged bankruptcy and market manipulation at
the company.
Ex-president Giorgio Magnoni is one of a number of former
Sopaf managers placed under investigation in relation to the
probe after the holding - formerly quoted on the Milan stock
market - came to the brink of insolvency last year.
He is the son of Giuliano, a business partner of the late
Italian financier Michele Sindona, convicted of murdering the
lawyer Giorgio Ambrosoli.
Investigators have reportedly discovered a shortfall of
almost 200 million euros in company accounts allegedly due in
particular to bad and reckless investments.
The charges of market rigging instead concern a statement
made by Sopaf to the market.
Last September company creditor Unicredit began bankruptcy
proceedings against the holding, which in turn filed for - and
was granted - admission to the procedure for composition with

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