Central Banking

Bank of Mexico ‘categorically rejects’ altering money transfer records


The Bank of Mexico has angrily denied claims it had altered a receipt for an electronic transfer of funds after a candidate in the country's presidential election accused the central bank of wrongdoing.

A statement posted on the bank's website on August 26 said the institution "categorically rejects" the "unfounded" allegations made against the central bank and the governor.

"The Bank of Mexico, as administrator [of the] Electronic Payment System Interbank (SPEI) provides the infrastructure and

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