On Friday released measurement technologies company Hexagon’s ceo, Ola Rollén, 51, from the detention centre in Oslo. He was arrested at Arlanda airport last week, suspected of insider dealing.
It was the Norwegian serious fraud office, Øko–crimea requested that he would be arrested. Rollén was brought over to Norway, where he was arrested.
Øko-crimean suspect that Ola Rollén bought 284 341 shares in the biometribolaget Next Biometrics based on inside information about the company just a few days later would do a so called private placement, then an offer to investors to subscribe for new shares. The issue was Next Biometrics share price to shoot up in height.
According to the Norwegian deutsche bank trust can illegal insider trading result in fines or imprisonment for up to six years. Ola Rollén deny the crimes.
While he was in custody, asked a person on his Twitter: “How is Norway?” On Saturday, the day after he released said Rollén: “Captivating!”, followed by a smiley face.
But the suspicions against the Swedish stjärndirektören persists.
” They have not reduced in strength after the hearings held, said chief prosecutor Marianne’s Bender on Friday.
To Rollén released is because there is no longer any risk that he’ll destroy the evidence.
According to information provided to Expressen, he should comment on brottsmisstankarna on Monday morning.