BERLIN — Volkswagen Group reported it has attained agreement with previous CEO Martin Winterkorn and three other previous major executives above payment for their involvement in the automaker’s diesel-emissions scandal.

The settlement implies VW receives 288 million euros ($351 million) in payment related to the scandal that has cost the company extra than 32 billion euros in fines, refits and authorized prices.

In a assertion on Wednesday, VW reported:

  • Winterkorn has agreed to fork out eleven.two million euros of payment
  • Rupert Stadler, previous CEO of VW’s Audi division, agreed to fork out million euros
  • Wolfgang Hatz, VW Group’s previous major engineer, will fork out one.5 million euros
  • Audi’s previous enhancement head, Stefan Knirsch, will fork out one million euros

The automaker reported it will also acquire 270 million euros from its directors’ and officers’ liability (D&O) insurances.

VW reported that previous Audi and VW govt Ulrich Hackenberg was not geared up to achieve an agreement. Preparations will be designed for authorized action versus Hackenburg, it reported.

Hackenberg left the automaker in 2015 soon after becoming suspended in the wake of the scandal and was changed by Knirsch. As investigations continued into the diesel scandal, Knirsch abruptly left in September 2016.

Hackenberg was the architect of VW Group’s MQB system, which underpins most of the automaker’s inner combustion engine cars.

VW reported its supervisory board concluded that Winterkorn breached his duties of care by failing to “comprehensively and promptly” make clear the instances guiding the use of unlawful program functions in diesel engines sold in the U.S. among 2009 and 2015.

Winterkorn “also unsuccessful to be certain that the questions requested by the U.S. authorities in this context were answered in truth, fully and devoid of delay,” the assertion added.

Stadler breached his duties of care by failing, in the period commencing Sept. 21 2016, to be certain that 3.-liter and four.two-liter diesel engines created by Audi and mounted in VW, Audi and Porsche cars were investigated with regard to unlawful program purpose, VW reported.

VW’s announcement arrives Winterkorn was charged with giving false testimony about the emissions scandal to German parliament. The prosecution alleges he misled lawmakers in 2017 when giving testimony that he did not know about emissions cheating earlier than VW formally admitted.

VW reported in late March it would declare damages from Winterkorn and Stadler for breaches of responsibility of care beneath stock company regulation. The regulation agency Gleiss Lutz carried out a overview of liability statements on behalf of the automaker.

The payment payments nonetheless will have to be authorized by VW Group’s annual meeting on July 22.

The payments characterize the best of their variety in Germany. Above a 10 years ago, ex-Siemens CEO Heinrich von Pierer paid out 5 million euros in damages to his previous employer.

Reuters and Bloomberg contributed to this report