Mr Ghosn, a transcending figure in the vehicle business, will be sacked from the Japanese firm after an executive gathering on Thursday, its CEO said.
He has been blamed for "huge demonstrations of unfortunate behavior", including under-detailing his compensation bundle and individual utilization of organization resources.
Nissan said it was not able give further points of interest on the offenses.
Japanese investigators presently can't seem to remark on Mr Ghosn's capture.
Nissan is the world's 6th biggest carmaker and its site in Sunderland is the UK's greatest vehicle plant.