Temporary ruling freezes real estate assets of FF Group board members
The head of Greece’s anti-money laundering authority on Wednesday ordered a freeze on real estate assets held by members of troubled Folli Follie group’s board of directors.
The decision comes after a similar order froze bank accounts and safety deposits boxes of board members.
The order has a temporary nature, pending forthcoming ruling by a prosecutor’s office, which has been assigned the investigation into claims that FF Group inflated turnover and other figure on its balance sheets.
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