German shareholders interest group Schutzgemeinschaft der Kapitalanleger (SdK) has laid criminal charges at the door of pay-TV operator Premieres former CEOs Georg Kofler and Michael BÃ¶rnicke in a Munich court, alleging investment fraud and insider trading, according to various press reports.
The SdK has accused Kofler and BÃ¶rnicke of providing false information about the number of subscribers Premiere had at the time of its 2005 stock market flotation and 2007 recapitalisation. The SdK has also accused the pair of selling shares in Premiere at a time when accurate subscriber figures were not publicly available.
Following News CorpÂs assumption of management control at Premiere, it downgraded its subscriber count by almost a million to about 2.4 million.Â
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