Duzac case: Prosecutor office investigates 30 more credits for $ 1.3 million
Posted On 11 Mar 2015
The credit, allegedly irregular, of $ 800,000 granted by Cofiec S.A to the Argentine Gastón Duzac was not the only one. In a report, the Superintendency of Banks determined that there were at least 100 credit operations with administrative problems, of which 30 are being investigated by the prosecution.
These loans total nearly $ 1.3 million, reported on March 10 Prosecutor Galo Chiriboga. An investigation has been opened in Pichincha, he said.
One of the officers involved insisted she was pressed to grant the credit to the Argentine citizen. Thus, she confirmed the suspicion of the prosecutor that “there was pressure for the irregular granting of the credit” in December 2011.