This site was created to curate the numerous online documents surrounding irregularities with Banco Monex. We hope this compilation of information makes your own research easier.
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6/20/20 - Former Governor Pleads Guilty To Money Laundering
Former Coahuila Governor Jorge Juan Torres Lopez, pleaded guilty this week to a charge of money laundering and agreed to forfeit a piece of real state in the U.S. that he bought with the bribes
4/28/20 - Half Truths At Monex..?
A judge rules that the Banco Monex institution would have to face accusations to repair the damage before a federal judge along with former employee in Mexico. Click the link for the full article.
9/5/19 - Mexico's Banks Go Dark
Wolfstreet.com recently outlined a serious, 7 hour outage that affected three of the four largest banks in Mexico. Consumers were unable to get cash, or conduct banking of any kind. Even more shocking is that banks in Mexico are not obligated to tell consumers when their accounts have been breached!!!
8/6/19 - Recent Ponzi Scheme In Israel:
Globes Online just published an interesting read about another Ponzi scheme; This one in Israel. This is a shocking reminder that anyone, anywhere can become a victim. Globes is primarily a business site focusing on Israeli businesses. Click the image to go to the original article.
7/8/19 - Medina Mora, powerful banker troubled by scandals, dies at 69
Euronews.Com recently recently reported that Manuel Medina Mora, Citigroup banker on Wall Street, has died due to multiple sclerosis. This is according to the bank’s Mexican unit, Citibanamex. He was 69. Click the image to go to the original article.
7/19/19 - Great New Article From Quartz:
When banks misbehave is a new article published by “Quartz”, an online business magazine that helps business leaders see around corners and navigate disruption in their industries. Click on the image to see the original article.