Local March 5, 2015 | 10:53 am

Govt. wants13 more charged in Peravia bank fraud

Santo Domingo.- The Banks Superintendence on Wednesday asked the National District Prosecutor to charge 13 more people in the collapse of the Peravia bank, where the alleged fraud included 1,292 loans for RD$1.4 billion.

It said the money is 75.3% of the bank’s loans, which totaled RD$1.9 billion when it was it order to shut down.

In a report to prosecutor Yeni Berenice Reynoso, the Superintendence asks to include as defendants, Nelson Serret Sugrañez, Carlos Alberto Serret Sugrañez, Jorge Serret Sugrañez, José Luis Santoro, Gabriel Jiménez Aray, Luis Manuel Peña and Daniel Morales Santoro.

The overseer also asked to charge Nelson Cabral Veras, Rolando Cabral Veras, Yesenia Serret, Jocelyn Leal, and the CPA Génova Isabel Torres, who allegedly legalized fraudulent contracts.

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