Arturo Peña Nieto, the new “uncomfortable brother”

Mexico City (Operation). Arturo, who is under the auspices of the government of his older brother, former President Enrique Peña Nieto, is being publicly investigated for making his business a millionaire, by the Office of the Public Prosecutor (FGR) and the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) for the real estate contracts it has with Homex – accused in the United States of defrauding more than $3 billion – and that she obtained in Pemex at the express request of the then-President.

Arturo Peña Nieto, 53, was careful not to appear in public too often, with his low profile and low profile, but in government offices his presence and that of his associates was always present and played a major role in the former family’s business. President Peña Nieto, who is now being investigated by the FGR and the Financial Intelligence Unit.

Enrique Peña Nieto is the eldest of four children married to Enrique Peña del Mazo and Maria del Socorro Nieto Sanchez. The couple, who settled in the state of Mexico, had three more children: Arturo, Veronica and Anna Cecilia. The first two are being investigated by the Financial Intelligence Unit and the FGR.

In the new judicial investigations, the younger brother of the former president, Arturo, born on October 4, 1968 in Atlacomulco, State of Mexico, resides in the exclusive residential subdivision of San Carlos in Metepec, appears.

Business manager, Arturo began doing business with Homex through a subsidiary called Comercializadora Cántaros, SA de CV, which shows the former president’s brother as sole administrator in a document from the Sinaloa Public Registry of Commerce dated November 11, 2009, when Enrique ruled the state of Mexico.

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The owners of the Homex are the Sinaloan brothers Gerardo, Julián, Eustaquio, Tato and De Nicolás, who in the document have requested that they be rescinded as part of Cántaros’ board of directors so that Arturo remains as sole administrator. In his research to treat This action was documented when Homex submitted its 2010 annual report to US authorities.

Tato de Nicolas and Enrique were roommates while studying at Pan Americana University. Since then they have become close friends and golf lovers.

Homex’s annual report shows that the company was 100% sold to a third party on October 20, 2009, and its previous owner was Casas Betas del Centro, a subsidiary of the real estate developer.

In the State Gazette of Sinaloa there is a record from November 2009 that also explains the existence of the Comercializadora Cántaros through the notice of capital reduction.

Homex, once considered one of the largest housing companies in the country, owned by the De Nicolás family, is accused by the US government of $3.3 billion in accounting fraud for making false advertisements about its properties between 2010 and 2013, as documented to treat On 3 March 2017.

Part of the report was published in issue 2387 of the magazine to treatwhich can be purchased digitally at this link.

Aileen Morales

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