CNBV is responsible for the fraud of Ficrea: savers, following a ruling by the Court
The court declared unfounded the claim resource of the savers defrauded by Ficrea, who were looking for the federal government to take charge of compensation for 6 thousand million pesos.
The court declared unfounded the claim resource of the saved saved by Ficrea, who were looking for the federal government to take charge of compensation for 6 thousand million pesos.
After the Supreme Court of the Nation declared unfounded the claim filed by Ficrea savers, who sought the federal government to take charge of compensating them for the fraud against them, Edward Martin Regalado, representative of the disappointed savers, said that this does not affect the lawsuit filed by the Superior Court of Administrative Justice.
“We are convinced that the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV) is responsible for the Ficrea fraud, so we follow a different strategy before the Superior Court of Administrative Justice, and a sentence is expected between March or April,” he said. .
According to the lawyer, who represents about 60 defrauded by the Sofipo, the procedural strategy and the arguments of Fauzi Hamdan, legal representative of one thousand 60th savers of Ficrea and who filed the appeal to the SCJN, does not have to do with if the Mexican State and on whether the CNBV is responsible for the fraud.
“What the SCJN determined was a procedural issue and in my opinion what the ministers resolved is totally correct.” he commented.
According to the lawyer, Hamdan promoted a lawsuit against the State in March or April 2015, but before the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP), which was dismissed in November 2017.
Due to the above, the SCJN was called as the last attempt, however, according to its consideration, it correctly dismisses the appeal for review, as it is not the appropriate body to admit this type of matter.
The Ficrea fraud affected some 6,800 people, of whom some are in the process of bankruptcy to recover part of their money, while others filed lawsuits.
Ficrea, which was founded in 2006 by Rafael Antonio Olvera Amezcua, owner of Leadman Trade and Baus & Jackman companies, was authorized in August 2008 by the CNBV to operate as a Popular Financial Company (Sofipo) for the loan of financial services both in savings, investment and as credit to small and medium enterprises.