Trump said in court he had no ‘knowledge’ of his company’s finances a day before he issued an 1,100-word statement defending his company’s finances

Former President Donald Trump.

Former President Donald Trump.Evan Vucci/AP

  • Donald Trump said in court Monday that he doesn’t know anything about the Trump Organization’s finances.

  • In a Tuesday statement, he said the company “has among the best real estate and other assets” in the world.

  • The New York attorney general’s office pointed out the discrepancy ahead of a hearing Thursday.

Former President Donald Trump said in a court filing Monday that he “denies knowledge or information sufficient to form a belief as to the truth” about his company’s finances.

A day later, he issued a blistering 1,100-word statement in response to his longtime accounting firm Mazars USA dropping the Trump Organization as a client and claiming it could no longer stand by a decade’s worth of tax documents. Trump waxed lyrical about his company’s “fantastic assets” and said prosecutors should consider giving Hillary Clinton the death penalty instead of investigating the Trump

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BlackLine To Unveil New Solutions And Innovations For Finance & Accounting In Front Of 15,000+ Registrants At Company’s Largest Annual User Conference Ever | News

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Accounting automation software leader BlackLine, Inc. (Nasdaq: BL) today announced new products as well as updates to its flagship cloud platform designed to further enable Finance & Accounting (F&A) departments to transform and modernize their operations.  The new features and solutions will be unveiled this week in front of more than 15,000 registrants at BlackLine’s annual global user conference BeyondTheBlack™ 2020: The Modern Accounting Virtual Experience.

Highlights of BlackLine’s enhanced platform functionality and new offerings include:

BlackLine Cash Application to Simplify the Order-to-Cash Process
BlackLine is launching BlackLine Cash Application.  Using AI and machine learning, BlackLine Cash Application enables organizations to manage cash flow and cash collection in how to monitor remote employees real time, simplifying the order-to-cash process by automating both the collection and allocation of customer cash.  The launch marks BlackLine’s entrance into the accounts receivable automation market

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Former Wirecard CEO Markus Braun was arrested for a 2nd time in relation to the company’s $2 billion accounting scandal

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  • Wirecard’s former chief executive Markus Braun has been rearrested in Munich as German prosecutors dug deeper into allegations of fraud at the fintech firm.

  • Two other executives — revealed by the Financial Times as Wirecard’s former finance boss, Burkhard Ley, and Stephan von Erffa, ex-head of accounting — were also arrested.

  • Former chief operating officer, Jan Marsalek, has likely escaped to Russia with the “clear help of Russian intelligence,” two officials told Business Insider. 

  • Wirecard filed for insolvency a month ago soon after revealing an amount of 1.9 billion euros ($2 billion) was missing from its balance sheet, and likely never existed.

  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Former Wirecard CEO Markus Braun has been arrested for the second time as German prosecutors probed further into a fraud investigation surrounding the company’s reputedly inflated balance sheet.

Two other executives — named

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