Four searches were carried out at the end of January in France at the homes of leaders and former leaders of the consulting firm McKinsey as part of investigations into suspicions of illegal financing of Emmanuel Macron's electoral campaigns, we learned on Friday from a source. close to the file, confirming information from the
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These searches were carried out as part of two judicial inquiries opened in October by the National Financial Prosecutor's Office (PNF) for non-compliant keeping of campaign accounts and another for favoritism and concealment of favouritism.
In December, it was the French headquarters of the consulting company and those of Emmanuel Macron's party, Renaissance, and of the Renaissance financing association which had been searched by the investigators.