SportsGruconsa opens an "exhaustive internal audit" to verify contracts with the RFEF

Gruconsa opens an “exhaustive internal audit” to verify contracts with the RFEF

MADRID, April 4 (.) –

The construction company Gruconsa, which worked with the Royal Spanish Football Federation in the renovation of La Cartuja, confirmed that it has carried out works at the request of the federative entity “between 2019 and 2023 for more than 3 million euros” and assured that ” collaborates with the judicial authority”, although it has opened “an exhaustive internal audit to verify the contracts” with the RFEF, which “have not triggered” its results, according to a statement.

Rubiales, in the interview this Wednesday on La Sexta, denied any relationship with Gruconsa, as well as irregularities in the contracts with the La Cartuja Stadium. The Central Operational Unit (UCO) of the Civil Guard explained in its report that the construction company diverted more than 500,000 euros to a company – Dismatec – controlled by Francisco Javier Martín Alcaide ‘Nene’, a friend of the former president, as far as they understand. which are illegal commissions.

In response to this investigation, known as the ‘Brody Case’, Gruconsa — “with 35 years of history and an average annual turnover of 30 million euros — insisted that “from the first moment, it collaborates with the judicial authority by facilitating all the required documentation” by the Court of First Instance and Instruction number 4 of Majadahonda (Madrid).

“Gruconsa has opened an exhaustive internal audit to verify the details of the contracts related to the RFEF and that are the subject of the investigation,” the company advanced, explaining that it has carried out facility rehabilitation works at the request of the Federation. between 2019 and 2023 for more than 3 million euros, VAT not included, most of which corresponds to the renovation of the La Cartuja Stadium.”

In addition, he confirmed that the company maintains a working relationship with Ángel González Segura, brother of the former legal manager of the RFEF and delegate in the southern zone of Gruconsa. “He was hired because of his extensive knowledge of sports facilities. Among the tasks of this manager is the portfolio related to the RFEF,” he added.

They also recounted their relationship with ‘Nene’, who “since 2018, has provided sales services for the firm given his extensive business experience and has also carried out management functions for the works contracted with his collaboration.” According to the company, its billing in charge of the works for the RFEF amounted to a total of 49,000 euros, VAT not included.

“The company states that at all times it has trusted the internal management of the entity with respect to its contracting procedures and the internal audit controls available to it,” he defended, arguing that the set of works carried out for the RFEF represents a 2.7% of the company’s total turnover between the years 2019-2023. “These figures show that the income statement has not skyrocketed due to these contracts, but is due to the orders it receives from its clients as specialized installers,” he added.

In its statement, Gruconsa also denies that it participates in companies, builds or has carried out works in the Dominican Republic or in any other country. “The company reserves its right to take legal action against any insult or slander in this regard and remembers that this is an initial phase of the investigation of a judicial process where the presumption of innocence governs within the rule of law,” he concluded.

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