Bram Schot to Take Over as Audi Leader, Report

Bram Schot to Take Over as Audi Leader, Report

0 comments 📅19 June 2018, 02:45

Audi’s dome of sales and marketing, Bram Schot will reportedly take over as interim director for the company after CEO Rupert Stadler was arrested early Monday.

Schot is the make’s favorite, reports Blomberg citing an unnamed source, because the path to his popular position leaves him untainted by the diesel scandal.

Hired in 2011, Schot worked at Audi’s commercial mechanism department and only joined Audi’s management board last year, which should victual him beyond suspicion, making his hands steady enough to steer the ship.

No firmness has officially been announced yet, but Audi is expected to comment on the situation soon.

Stadler was arrested this morning after a jurist ruled that he could suppress evidence. So far no judgments have been made on his innocence or responsibility, but prosecutors announced last week that they were investigating him.

Since the obstruct, prosecutor Stephan Necknig has said that Stadler has agreed to be questioned later this week and his barrister will not challenge the arrest.

[source: Bloomberg]

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