The Marketing and Exchange Commission will investigate if Nissan Motor Co. has officially announced the United States's wage bill, according to a few people familiar with the issue, linking childhood issues to the former chief executive officer, Carlos Ghosn.
Director of Financial United States are investigating whether company Nissan's pay for her accurate and that the person moving has control enough looga prevent money inappropriately, people said, to be asked to not be identified because the investigation has not been released to official
Nissan, answering the questionnaire, confirmed that she had received a check and said she was working full-time. Kristina Adamski, spokesperson, said she could not provide further details. Nissan has fallen by 0.8 percent in Tokyo, the largest decline in the three-week period.
The SEC survey adds that the second deputy prime minister of Japan and managers after the Japanese government fired Ghosn and another director of the Greg Kelly, in November. The two men have been charged with allegations of Ghosn having lowered his income from Nissan by tens of millions of dollars. The largest caretaker French firm Renault SA has also been accused, a move that allows Japanese prosecutors to pay official fees.
Ghosn and Kelly were arrested after an internal investigation in Nissan showed what the company said was causing financial losses to Ghosn. Both boys refused a mistake.
The SEC survey, which opened at its Washington base, focuses on the decline of Nissan on payroll workers who violated the United States law, one of the people said. The prosecution's lawyer has been reduced for more than a month in connection with the US government's involvement, another said.
Although the civilian civilian investigation in its early stages may not indicate the wrongdoing, it adds to the stronghold of Nissan and the two former administrations. SEC, often working closely with law enforcement, they can seek financial penalties and orders to looga prevent abuse laws or SEC rules.
John Nester, spokesperson for the Press Association, refused to comment.
Aubrey Harwell Jr., a lawyer for Kelly, said his client did not receive the morning request and lowered the explanation. US and Japanese companies in Ghosn refused to comment.
In a letter to employees last month, Nissan Chief Executive Officer Nissan Hiroto Saikawa, who succeeded Ghosn, said the company's audit company "agrees that the situation is continuing, which is clearly defined by allergies heavy. "
Nissan's share of the US business through US IDs, which gives overall implementation of the law. The courts in the United States disagree over whether the case manager is in certain cases when the offense occurred. Nissan's activities under the most frequent history occurred in Japan and Europe. But the SEC believes that this is the way in this process, as one of the people knows the matter.
Masood's officials accused Ghosn and Kelly of trying to bribe for a few years to lower the early retirement of Ghosn's work. Ghosn, who approached mental condition of commercial vehicles in order to save Nissan and to join the international coalition between him and Renault, are also charged with the decision & # 39; the decision to temporarily buy loss business Nissan personally. It is in prison.
On the other hand, the signs of conflict are emerging from the two disputed territories. French President Emmanuel Macron, whose government is one of the most powerful Renault, told ra & # 39: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday that he is concerned about the conditions in prisons Ghosn, while the least is the suspected vehicle and the scandal-at-the-old scandal.
Japan's Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said on Monday that the process of justice would be released in Ghosn's prison and investigations.
Renault was also led by Ghosn until he resigned last week. French officials have named Michelin Jean-Dominique Senard as their chairman last week.
Kally Kelly, the only American company in Nissan, found that the company's "president" is a close relationship with Ghosn during its leadership. In Tennesee, Kelly was released on bail last year, but must remain in Japan to continue trial in order to be released.