According to the Netherlands court, Pathé's target in March was a fraud of more than EUR 19 million, presented by the applicants as a leader in a subsidiary of the group in the Netherlands.
The French film group Pathé has met in March a fraud of more than EUR 19 million made by people as leaders in a Dutch subsidiary under the Dutch court. "Pathé seems to have been a group of professional cheats who, thanks to sophisticated communications, were able to overcome the confidence of some of the Group's subsidiaries in the Netherlands," said the Amsterdam court.
More than 19 million euros. "The fraudster managed to persuade employees to transfer a considerable amount of money several times over a total of over € 19,200,000," the judge said in a ruling on October 31, publicly on Friday. The Court of Justice of Amsterdam adopted a decision against the French group against Pathe Netherlands's former director-general Edwin Slutter. He protested against the terms of his dismissal as he saw the deception he was subjected to.
They seemed to be the group's direction. During the emails sent to the wrong email in March, Frauds asked Edwin Slutter and Pathé Netherlands Director Dertje Meijer to make money transfers to the so-called " Dubai. The fraudsters seemed to be in the direction of the Pathé group and specify that the money will be returned after the event. Two Dutch executives made a total of EUR 19.2 million in money transfers.
The former CFO was accused of "condemned conduct". The fraud was discovered on March 28, when part of the sum was lent to a fund managed by the headquarters of the group in France. Edwin Slutter thanked immediately on 26 April, a few days after Dertje Meijer. Both were accused of "condemned behavior" by group leaders and shareholders to "ignore signals" that should have warned them by exchanging e-mails with fraud, said the court. The court ordered payment of the salary of Edwin Slutter until 1 December 2018. AFP asked that Pathé had not yet announced.