The Double Life of Wirecard’s Fugitive Executive

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German payments company Wirecard was the darling of the nation’s fintech industry. Then came the admission that almost $2 billion of the company’s funds had gone missing. The scandal led to the sudden disappearance of its chief operating officer, Jan Marsalek. With his mysterious links to the Austrian secret service and Russian mercenaries, Bloomberg investigates the role Marsalek allegedly played in one of Germany’s biggest accounting scandals.

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