police, who are looking into Hwacheon Daewoo's suspicious money flow, will call in Kim Man-bae, the company's largest shareholder, to investigate tomorrow (27th). There is also criticism that the investigation is delayed as it has been five months since the financial authorities were notified and the internal investigation began.
Correspondent Lee Hyun-jung.
Kim Man-bae, a former reporter who is the major shareholder of Hwacheon Daeyu, is scheduled to attend the Yongsan Police Station tomorrow as a witness.
Earlier, Hwacheon Daewoo CEO Lee Seong-moon was also investigated by the police.
Kim is considered a key figure in the suspicion of Hwacheon Daeyu's Daejang-dong development preference, and according to the audit report, he borrowed 47.3 billion won from the company as a long-term loan until last year.
It was announced that CEO Lee also borrowed 1.2 billion won.
They claim that they are "only borrowing funds from corporations," but the police will investigate whether there are any suspicions of embezzlement or breach of trust through investigations into how the funds were withdrawn and where they were used.
In April, the police received criticism from the Financial Intelligence Service of the Financial Services Commission about the suspicious flow of funds inside Hwacheon Daeyu, but did not proceed with the investigation and were criticized for procrastination.
Only after the related allegations began to pour in and social attention was focused on in this month, we conducted a reference investigation on key stakeholders and expanded the investigative personnel specializing in money tracking.
In the midst of this, the prosecution case against Gyeonggi Governor Lee Jae-myung, who promoted the Daejang-dong project, was conducted by the Ministry of Air Transport, while the prosecution case against Kim Ki-hyun, floor leader of the People's Power who raised suspicions of preferential treatment, and Kwon Soon-il, a former Supreme Court adviser in charge of Hwacheon Daeyu, were each conducted by the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office. There is.
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