Ex-CEO of TAP prepares to demand more than three million euros in compensation | TAP

The exonerated executive president (CEO) of TAP, Christine Ourmières-Widener, is preparing to demand that the State pay compensation in excess of three million euros, advanced, this Saturday, the Morning mail.

After being fired for just cause, Christine Ourmières-Widener will have to demand payment of the amounts to which she would be entitled until the end of her contract.

According to what the Morning mail found out, in the lawsuit that she will present following the Alexandra Reis case, the French manager intends to claim the payment of salaries worth 1.58 million euros and a bonus that could be more than two million euros, totaling more than three millions of euros.

After an investigation by the General Inspectorate of Finance into the €500,000 compensation paid by TAP to former administrator Alexandra Reis, the Minister of Finance announced that, due to the irregularities detected, he was going to exonerate the chairman of the executive committee, Christine Ourmières-Widener, and the chairman of the board of directors (chairman), Manuel Beja — both still in office.

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