EADS, Airbus sales boss, Forgeard face AMF fine-FT


PARIS, July 29 (Reuters) - Airbus parent EADS may have to pay 700,000 euros for alleged market information delays and its former boss Noel Forgeard face a fine of millions of euros following a probe into alleged insider dealing, the FT reported. Former EADS co-Chief Executive Forgeard would have to pay 5.45 million euros, while Airbus sales chief John Leahy would be fined 3.6 million euros, the paper said. The paper said the French market regulator, the AMF, had recommended a total of ...

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