An external investigation at Nissan has revealed enough facts to assume that former CEO Carlos Ghosn has been guilty of financial malpractice. This is reported by the commission established by the Japanese car manufacturer. Ghosn spent a few months in a Japanese cell on suspicion of fraud. He is now awaiting his prosecution in house arrest. Besides Nissan, the car magnate also led Renault and a partnership with Mitsubishi. According to the committee, things went wrong at Nissan because Ghosn had too much power. He is said to have broken several laws and used company funds for private purposes.