Bank of Spain criticised by anti-corruption office

SPAIN - The Spanish anti-corruption prosecution office has criticised the Bank of Spain for not helping it in the case affecting the private bank operation BBVA Privanza in the tax haven of Jersey.

Judge Baltasar Garzon is investigating an alleged major fraud. The proceedings are secret and at the moment three BBVA officials have been charged.

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