The Philippines is investigating Wirecard and its missing $2 billion, and a local lawyer says he's being framed, say reports
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The Philippines is investigating local businesses that partnered the collapsed German payments company Wirecard, the Financial Times reported.

Wirecard went into administration and its former CEO Markus Braun was arrested after the firm claimed that more than $2 billion had disappeared from its balance sheet. Its auditor EY said the firm committed elaborate fraud.

Wirecard had claimed the money was stored in two Philippine banks, which they both...

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