Police quiz french bank fraud suspect
Bordeaux-born Jean-Paul Belmont will be quest광주출장샵ioned on Friday at a Paris prosecutors’ office, authorities have said.
He is currently under house arrest in the Stade Velodrome following arrest in the run-up to the June 7 presidential election.
Belmont was accused of the criminal use of his position as president of the French financial association, the Societe Generale, to defraud investors with the help of a criminal organisation called the BNP Paribas syndicate.
The former chief executive of Societe Generale, Jean-Paul Levesque, pleaded guilty to making a false statement during an interrogation in December 2015.
Belmont is also under house arrest, under the supervision of the Paris prosecutors.
Belmont, 41, is being transferred to the Stade Velodrome, to be interrogated. He will also receive a copy of the judicial atm카지노report that will be presented to the French stat가평출장안마e prosecutor on Friday.