ttela.se yesterday talked to Victor about the confidentiality agreement between Guy Lofalk and SWAN:
Guy Lofalk now has no reason not to cooperate with Saab’s bankruptcy trustees and has to disclose his compensation. This says the former Saab CEO Victor Muller who so shortly before 14 o’clock on Friday tore up the confidentiality agreement between the Swedish Automobile and Guy Lofalk.
– Mr. Lofalk must cooperate now, says Muller via SMS.
– For SWAN and for me this means that Mr. Lofalks salted bills are coming to the light and he has allowed to stand for what he did.
How much did Lofalk paid for their mission?
– He got 1.2 million! (10.6 million) but he wanted more. But he did not get the sum from SWAN because we felt he demanded too much and did a disastrous job, says Muller TTELA.
Was it Lofalk who wanted to move money to SWAN instead of getting paid directly from Saab?
– Of course, I am sure of this because he did not want his exorbitant fee to be in Saab’s accounting or have an unpaid bill for Saab if they would go bankrupt.
For the current process this is of course only a sidenote but it is good to see that someone is taking a closer look at the issue Lofalk. H has been one of the main drivers towards the 100% Chinese deal and to a huge degree sealed Saabs fate through this. Once Saab is saved and in good hands this will be a story to tell but for now we’ll leave it to this and watch what happens to Mr. Lofalk.