Under his role, the lawyer will examine the beleaguered solar companys situation.
Immediately after his appointment yesterday evening, Böhm began to audit Solar Millennium.
His first order of business is to determine whether the company can continue to operate during the preliminary insolvency proceedings. He is also aiming to pre-finance the insolvency fund, so that employee wages are secured for at least the next three months.
Earlier in the afternoon, Böhm informed the staff of the current situation, and what the next steps are likely to be during a meeting. Now he will liaise with both the project and business partners.
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