Ghosn says Nissan directors have ‘dirt on their hands’

Roger Schreffler is expanding his series on the post-Carlos Ghosn Nissan board of directors based on information from more interviews and newly obtained documents, of which four installments were published in September. This is part 7 which continues from part 6. Read part 1 herepart 2 herepart 3 here, part 4 here, part 5 here and part 6 here.

In her capacity as global compliance chief at Nissan, auditor Christina Murray had been picked to head a nearly yearlong investigation into the financial dealings of Carlos Ghosn. She never presented her report to the audit committee and board. As she and her team were completing their report, she was relieved of her duties without any advance notice or believable explanation.

We have learned that someone leaked a 172-page document to select media outlets. We haven’t seen it, but have been advised that it couldn’t be the final version because the final version hadn’t been completed. Murray’s team was still reviewing and amending the document when she was relieved of her duties.

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