Many companies are losing hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars as result of bribery and corruption
(PRWEB UK) 29 January 2014
According to Sky News article dated 16 Jan 2014: Ecclestone To Stand Trial On Bribery Charge, German prosecutors have confirmed that the Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone is to stand trial this year charged with offences related to the sport's sale in 2005.
In a statement on Thursday morning, a spokeswoman for the Munich court said the case against Mr Ecclestone would get underway in the spring following his indictment last July. "Under current planning, the main trial should start in late April," the statement said, with sources indicating that it had been provisionally scheduled for April 23. Sky News exclusively revealed on Wednesday that the Munich prosecutor was preparing to file formal charges against the F1 supremo, who has exerted an iron grip on the sport's commercial rights for the best part of half a century. Board directors of F1's parent company convened a meeting on Thursday morning to discuss the developments, sources said.
Mr Ecclestone is expected to continue running F1 on a day-to-day basis although he will step down from the board of the company on a temporary basis while he fights to clear his name. The charges against Mr Ecclestone relate to a $44m (£27m) secret payment to Gerhard Gribkowsky, a banker who was involved in organizing F1's sale nearly a decade ago.
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