Tromp wants the rest of his money from Central Bank
WILLEMSTAD – Former Central Bank director Emsley Tromp wants to see another 284 thousand guilders from his former employer. He has filed a lawsuit for this.
Tromp received a severance payment in October, but the Central Bank has settled this on Tromp’s expenses for business trips, lawyers and advances when he was still the bank’s president.
In fact, according to the Central Bank, an account of 170 thousand guilders is still open. On February 14, the judge will rule in this case.