Triangulations of money, undeclared resources, funds that were sent to accounts of employees or their relatives. The red card shown by US Attorney Loretta Lynch to the world football with the investigation to 18 senior officials accused of bribery, the payment of commissions up to $ 150 million and money laundering, also revealed alleged irregularities in the financial management in the Ecuadorian Football Federation (FEF for its Spanish acronym), according to the report of December 3rd, 2015, the Financial Analysis Unit (UAF) of the country made at the request of independent Assemblyman Ramiro Aguilar (former SUMA).
The report of the UAF, which formed the basis for the action of the Prosecution, noted that Luis Chiriboga, president of the FEF since 1998 and who was mentioned in the Lynch´s investigation, did not justify CONMEBOL payments for $ 240,000 that went to his account in Panama and other $ 285,000 he received in local accounts and were not declared in his income tax. His last tax return, in 2014, was $ 63,284.37; in 2002 he only paid $ 687.25. (I)