Regarding the decision of the European Central Bank (ECB) to ask the National Court for the forensic report, a story that transpired last December, the president of BBVA He explained that the bank has an "intense and fluid" relationship with its supervisors, with whom it always shares "all the information".
"In this specific case, we could not transfer any information, because the procedure is declared secret. When we transfer all the relevant documentation obtained in the internal investigation to the National Court, at the request of the ECB, which is the logical request of the supervisor in a case like this, we told him in July that we could not do it because of judicial secrecy, that we had to ask the judge for authorization. From there, at the beginning of September the ECB asked the judge for access to that information, those are the facts, "he explained. Torres Vila.