Santiago Nieto’s house would have been bought with credit from Banco Azteca

MEXICO CITY (appro).–The house of the former head of the Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF), Santiago Nieto, and the electoral advisor Carla Humphrey cost 28 million pesos —and not 24 million as claimed—, was acquired with a loan granted by Banco Azteca, of Ricardo Salinas Pliego, according to the newspaper Reforma.

This was reported by the newspaper, who according to the data of the acquisition established in the Public Registry of Property and Commerce of Mexico City, indicated that the property located in a residential area of ​​the Álvaro Obregón mayor’s office, was obtained through a loan from Banco Azteca, despite the fact that said bank does not offer mortgage loans.

“The operation occurred, according to the documents, to which Grupo Reforma had access, on November 30, 2020, which differs from what Nieto declared before the SAT, since he stated that he had acquired it on December 21 of that year ” , assured the medium.

It should be remembered that on December 6, the former head of the FIU assured that all his properties appear in his statements before the SAT.