Marfrig denies participation in triangulation with former Banco do Brasil
Marfrig has denied any involvement in triangulation involving the entrepreneur Wanderley Mantovani, designed to transfer resources to the former vice president of the Banco do Brasil, Allan Toledo. In a statement, the group has highlighted that "it has legally constituted corporate and public trade relations" with Mantovani and that such relationships "involve a number of commercial and financial transactions."
These operations, however, "are restricted to the specific nature of the existing business," says the company. Marcos Molina, founder and president of the Marfrig Group, is a partner of Mantovani’s in the company Biocamp.