Zsolt Hernadi

Croatia to send warrant for Hernadi directly to Hungarian judiciary

The Zagreb County Court has decided that it will send a European Arrest Warrant (EAW) for Zsolt Tamas Hernadi, which was issued on 15 December 2015 and has not been complied with, directly to the Hungarian judiciary to be executed.

Nonparl. party "Smart" against buying out MOL's interest in INA

The non-parliamentary party "Pametno" ("Smart") on Tuesday criticised the announcement made by Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic that Croatia should buy out the MOL-held share in INA as "an extremely bad decision for the future of Croatia".

Despite problems, MOL counting on agreement with Croatian gov't, says CEO

MOL management board chair Zsolt Hernadi has told the German Handelsblatt business magazine that the Hungarian oil company's management is satisfied with the personnel in Croatia's oil company INA and that despite problems with Zagreb, MOL is counting on reaching an agreement with the Croatian government for INA to be part of the new MOL.

Croatian PM: Proceedings against MOL's CEO continue

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said on Tuesday that he considered Interpol's decision to reject the Croatian request to renew the arrest warrant for the CEO of the Hungarian energy group MOL, Zsolt Hernadi, as technical information, adding that as far as he knew the Croatian judicial authorities were continuing proceedings against MOL's chief.

Hernadi's lawyer: Interpol's decision cannot be appealed

Interpol's decision to reject Croatia's request to renew the international arrest warrant for the CEO of the Hungarian energy company MOL, Zsolt Hernadi, is final and cannot be appealed, his lawyer told MTI news agency on Monday.  

Croatia's request for Red Notice for Hernadi's arrest outvoted

Croatia's request to Interpol to extend a Red Notice for MOL's CEO Zsolt Hernadi was recently outvoted at an Interpol general assembly even though, according to an unofficial source, the commission for warrants had previously given Croatia the green light for an arrest warrant.

MOL knows nothing about investigation into Energopetrol's recapitalisation

The management of Hungary's oil company MOL has dismissed any connection to wrongdoing relating to the privatisation of Bosnia and Herzegovina's Energopetrol and has not been officially notified about an investigation into the matter conducted by the Sarajevo cantonal prosecution, Sarajevo's Dnevni Avaz daily said on Saturday.

Panenic: MOL is shareholder in INA, not majority owner

Caretaker Economy Minister Tomislav Panenic described on Monday as inappropriate the statement by MOL Group CEO Zsolt Hernadi in which he said that the Hungarian energy company could implement its strategy with or without Croatia's INA, saying that Hernadi was speaking as if MOL was the majority owner of INA, and not just one of the shareholders.

Hernadi: MOL will follow its path with or without INA

MOL Group will follow its path with or without the Croatian company INA, CEO Zsolt Hernadi said in an interview with the leading Hungarian news website Origo.hu after the oil and gas group adopted a long-term business strategy last week.

Sarajevo prosecution asks Hungary to interrogate MOL's Hernadi

Former MOL executive Zoltan Varady and a former CEO of Croatia's INA, Tomislav Dragicevic, are also under investigation. The Sarajevo prosecution has already requested the Zagreb County Court to interview Dragicevic

Dragicevic, Hernadi under investigation over Energopetrol privatisation

The charges were pressed against members of Energopetrol's management and supervisory boards appointed after the consortium assumed ownership, but not against Dragicevic and Hernadi. The consortium has a 67% interest in the Bosnian company.

Sanader's lawyer says Hernadi will be acquitted in Croatia

A lawyer for former Croatian prime minister Ivo Sanader says that he is not worried about the latest reports that the acquittal of the CEO of the Hungarian MOL oil group, Zsolt Hernadi, for giving a bribe to Sanader has not become final in Hungary.

Trials against Sanader and Hernadi in INA-MOL case joined

Sanader is charged in the Hypo and INA-MOL case with war profiteering and taking a bribe from MOL

Croatia not scrapping arrest warrant for MOL's Hernadi

Austria and Germany recently informed Croatia that they were no longer after Hernadi, for whom an Interpol arrest warrant and a European Arrest Warrant have been issued. 

Austria and Germany suspend Croatia's arrest warrant for MOL CEO Hernadi

Austria and Germany have suspended Croatia's warrant for the arrest of the chief executive of the Hungarian oil and gas group MOL, Zsoltan Hernadi, 

Hernadi: There's legal possibility in some countries to ignore Croatia's arrest warrant

The CEO of Hungary's oil and gas company MOL, Zsolt Hernadi, who is wanted by Croatian justice authorities on suspicion of bribery, has said ...