Rappler's latest stories on Wirecard
(UPDATED) Wirecard's former chief operating officer Jan Marsalek reportedly had access to highly confidential information, with reports pointing to his links to secret services
American officials are reportedly examining Wirecard's possible connection to two principals behind the Online Marijuana Marketplace Company who were indicted for laundering
German prosecutors say the managing director of Wirecard's Dubai-based subsidiary Cardsystems Middle East FZ-LLC was arrested on suspicion of serious fraud
'We need far-reaching reforms,' says German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz
(UPDATED) The immigration officers who encoded Jan Marsalek's supposed flight records have been fired
'Many investors from all over the world have already signaled interest in buying the core business or independent business areas,' says lawyer Michael Jaffe, designated as Wirecard administrator
EY, which had been checking Wirecard's books since 2009, now faces legal challenges of its own
'The management board is of the opinion that continuation is in the best interests of the creditors,' says scandal-hit German firm Wirecard
(UPDATED) The European Securities and Markets Authority will examine whether Germany's regulatory responses to early signs that Wirecard was in trouble 'were adequate to protect investor confidence in EU securities markets'
(UPDATED) Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra says Philippine authorities have yet to determine if this was due to a technical glitch or if the records were deliberately tampered to set investigators on the wrong course
Here are the key developments that led to Wirecard's demise
Here are the key facts about the scandal involving German payments provider Wirecard, which has reached the Philippines
(UPDATED) The Wirecard saga continues with the German payments provider facing 'impending insolvency and overindebtedness'
The DOJ finds 'something curious' in immigration records. The NBI and AMLC are investigating other individuals possibly involved in one of the largest fraud cases in recent history.
'I'm not very familiar [about the issue] because I'm not a stock expert, but they (Wirecard) used my documents to justify in Germany that they are a big company,' says Filipino lawyer Mark Tolentino
(UPDATED) Munich prosecutors believe Markus Braun artificially 'inflated' Wirecard's assets and sales volumes through 'fake transactions...in order to make the company seem financially stronger'
'MKT Law adamantly denies knowledge and participation in any alleged irregularity arising from news reports that Certificates of Deposits issued by BPI and BDO...were spurious,' says Mark Tolentino's camp
'The employee who may have played a part in the preparation of [falsified documents] has been suspended and is under investigation,' says BPI
(3rd UPDATE) Wirecard says further examination shows 'there is a prevailing likelihood that the bank trust account balances in the amount of 1.9 billion EUR do not exist'
BDO and BPI say German payments firm Wirecard is not their client
Markus Braun 'resigned today with immediate effect,' the firm says in a statement, adding that the decision was made 'in mutual consent with the supervisory board'
The Financial Times publishes internal communications and financial reports it says contained 'strong indications' hundreds of millions of euros of payments processed for some Wirecard clients 'could not have taken place'