Largest Slovene Insurer Suspected of Corruption
Ljubljana, 18 July - The Slovene government office for the prevention of corruption suspects that some persons and actions in Slovenia's largest insurer Zavarovalnica Triglav could be linked to corruption. The office director Bostjan Penko told Thursday's daily Delo, that the office uncovered a lot of illegal acts related to Triglav, such as substantial personal gain and consequently as curtailment of public assets, specifically unnominated stock in Triglav.
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