Greenpeace said on Thursday that it filed a complaint against EDF and its CEO, Jean-Bernard Lévy, for “stock trading offences”. EDF responded by suing the court for “false allegations”. One week after unveiling an alarming study on the accounts of EDF carried out at its request by the firm AlphaValue, Greenpeace announced it has filed a complaint with the national financial prosecutor against the energy group as well as its CEO Jean -Bernard Lévy, for “misdemeanors”, pointing the finger “an inaccurate balance” and the dissemination of “misleading information”. The anti-nuclear NGO asked the public prosecutor “to open a preliminary investigation or to appoint an investigating judge”, saying that “shareholders, investors but also French citizens are misled by EDF and its CEO”.
Liberation 24th Nov 2016 read more »
Greenpeace goes on the offensive. A few days after publishing a critical financial analysis carried out by AlphaValue, the organization filed a complaint with the financial prosecutor against the energy company and its CEO Jean-Bernard Lévy for publication of inaccurate balance sheet and dissemination of misleading information. Based on the study, Greenpeace believes that the group does not give a true picture of its true situation in its accounts.
Bousier 24th Nov 2016 read more »