The two bank accounts of the AGD-CFN Trust No more Impunity, that administrate the resources of the seized accounts sales, registered 6,1 million dollars in deposits.
This was pointed out by Pedro Delgado, president of the Management Unit of Public Right (Ugedep) of the Trust, during the questioning in Miami, United States, this occurred in the pre-processal trial carried out by the missing Agency of Deposits Guarantees (AGD for its Spanish acronym) against the brothers William and Roberto Isaias (Filanbanco) since the massive seizing of their companies along with Alejandro Penafiel (Banco de Prestamos), from which $ 278 millions have been sold in assets.
When Delgado was under oath he stated that until June 30 that amount was in the accounts. During the questioning, the official revealed that the Trust has two accounts, one in the Pacific Bank, entity whose only shareholder is the Central Bank of Ecuador for $ 10,000. Another for $ 6,1 millions in the COFIEC Bank, private entity that belongs to Ugedep. This could suppose the whereabouts of the missing $ 272 millions.
Delgado dismissed knowing where the $ 27 millions registered in the case of the oil company Petromanabi in 2008. When Lewis Tein, attorney in charge of the interrogation, asked Delgado about the $ 272 millions, Delgado explained that the funds obtained come from sales in cash, but others were through Certificates Guaranteed Liabilities (CPG for its Spanish acronym). Adding that those funds have been used to pay the account owners of Filanbanco.