Gertz Manero has millionaire apartments in New York; one across from central park

The head of the Attorney General’s Office (FGR) Alejandro Gertz Manero, has two luxurious apartments in United States. One of those properties is in New York, in an art deco building on Fifth Avenue overlooking Central Park; the other is in Santa Monica, California.

Gertz Manero’s new properties uncovered

Properties of the prosecutor Alejandro Gertz Manero. Gertz Manero assured that his wealth comes from his family. Alejandro Gertz Manero, head of the Attorney General’s Office.

According to an investigation by Gerardo Reyes, published on Friday by Univision, Gertz Manero acquired in 2012 an apartment in a classic Art Deco building, opposite Central Park, a property for which she apparently paid $ 2.4 million in cash in 2012.

For the one in Santa Monica, according to property records, he paid $ 1.1 million in 2007, when he was president of the Mexican Federation of Private Higher Education Institutions (FIMPES).

“Gertz explained to Univision that he declared the property of New York to the Mexican treasury and the Ministry of Public Administration, and as for the residence in California he said that ‘it is perfectly registered’, without clarifying whether or not it was declared to the tax authorities. Mexicanas, ”Reyes points out in his text.



These properties, as well as some others, could be investigated in Mexico, after Mexican media published about the alleged unjustified enrichment of Gertz Manero and Santiago Nieto, who recently resigned to stop being the director of the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU).

After the media publications, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador ordered one of these investigations to be carried out, as he said he considered both officials honest.

“I have nothing to hide”: Gertz Manero

Gertz Manero assured that his wealth comes from his family. Alejandro Gertz Manero, head of the Attorney General’s Office.

Alejandro Gertz explained to Univisión that his investments are the product of a family fortune with a long tradition.

“I have nothing to hide,” Gertz said. “That property that you mention (the apartment in New York) was acquired in 2012, six years before I held the position for which I was elected in 2019.”

The official added that the property “is declared and ratified annually before the audit authorities, which are independent of the institution that I direct, and which depend on the Congress of the Union.”

It is worth mentioning that, in his most recent report to the Public Prosecutor’s Office, Alejandro Gertz Manero refused to make public his patrimonial data and possible conflicts of interest, although he claimed to have declared his patrimony to the tax authorities and the Secretariat of the Function Public

Given this, the prosecutor declared for the Univision medium that he prefers to keep the details of his assets under reserve to avoid “possible extortion.”

On November 15, 2012, when Gertz Manero signed the property deeds, the official had finished his term as a federal deputy of the Mexican Chamber of Deputies, according to the list of public positions presented to the Prosecutor’s Office.

They investigate Gertz Manero’s fortune

Alejandro Gertz Manero, head of the Attorney General’s Office.

The 81-year-old Alejandro Gertz’s fortune has been the center of attention after on December 6, this publishing house revealed that the official bought 122 cars between 2014 and 2015, including several Mercedes Benzes and a Rolls-Royce.

In an interview with Univision, the prosecutor pointed out that the media publications are part of a campaign of “media harassment” that has its origin in the departure of two government officials.

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