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Ex-CEO of Polish refiner PKN Orlen detained

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Paweł Kononczuk 12.02.2019 12:42
Prosecutors said three former senior executives at PKN Orlen, Poland’s biggest refiner, were detained on Tuesday, including its former CEO, on suspicion of mismanaging resources.
Photo: cba.gov.pl

The former CEO, named only as Jacek K. under Polish privacy laws, was the head of state-run refiner from 2008 to 2015.

Prosecutors said the three were detained after an extensive probe that included checks of decision-making processes at Orlen by Poland’s Central Anti-Corruption Bureau (CBA) in 2017.

Anti-corruption investigators last month detained four people suspected of orchestrating a deal harming state-owned oil refiner Lotos.

Lotos said at the time that the detentions by CBA officers concerned a case dating back to 2011.


Source: PAP

tags: PKN Orlen
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