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Wirecard creditors claim at least 12.5 billion euros: German court

The claims were made at a meeting of the creditors

payments systems | Germany

Reuters  |  MUNICH 


Creditors to the collapsed German payments company Wirecard are making claims of at least 12.5 billion euros ($14.85 billion), a German court said on Wednesday.

The claims to the Wirecard holding company were made at a meeting of creditors and the company's insolvency administrator in Munich.


($1 = 0.8418 euros)

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First Published: Wed, November 18 2020. 16:16 IST