Bavaria: savings bank affair employs administrative court

Munich (dpa / lby) - The Miesbach savings bank affair is busy today (11 a.

Bavaria: savings bank affair employs administrative court

Munich (dpa / lby) - The Miesbach savings bank affair is busy today (11 a.m.) with the administrative court in Munich. Two lawsuits concern the reduction of the service and pension payments of two board members of the savings bank, against whom final penal orders have been issued for breach of trust. According to a court spokesman, the negotiations are "the first disciplinary reappraisal of the donation and sponsorship behavior of the Kreissparkasse Miesbach-Tegernsee and their administrative board trips between 2011 and 2013".

The day before, it had become known that Bavaria wants to cut the pension of ex-district administrator Jakob Kreidl, who was convicted of the so-called "Amigo Affair". The state prosecutor's office brought a disciplinary action against him on Friday, as a spokesman for the German Press Agency said on Monday - "with the aim of depriving him of his pension".

The Munich II Regional Court had convicted the former CSU District Administrator Kreidl in a second trial for breach of trust in May of this year, as well as the former CEO of the Sparkasse Miesbach-Tegernsee, Georg Bromme (Az.: 1 StR 144/20). As in the first trial, the former head of the supervisory board, Kreidl, received eleven months' probation, Bromme one year and eight months. The court imposed community service on both of them: 300 hours for Bromme, 200 for Kreidl.

The loose handling of savings bank funds had caused quite a stir almost ten years ago. For tens of thousands of euros, one traveled to five-star hotels and enjoyed a "James Bond trip" with a gondola ride, invited to a birth party, drank wine costing hundreds of euros or paid for beauty treatments for wives.

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