by on November 2, 2018

His lawyer declined to comment.Citi said last year it had received a subpoena from MS2 Mesos prosecutors relating to the FIFA probe and was cooperating with authorities. A spokesman declined further comment.

Arzuaga told Raitzin that he was worried about the accounts he was managing for Burzaco after the May 2015 arrest of seven FIFA officials in a raid on a Zurich hotel, one source said.Julius Baer advised him to get a lawyer and began an inquiry, firing him not long after the raid, the source said.Arzuaga is cooperating with U.

S. officials and, two sources said, has told them that Raitzin and Sulser were aware of an account at the bank holding money for Julio Grondona, the number two official at FIFA who died in 2014.An account for Grondona at Julius Baer held millions of dollars, one of the sources said, but was affiliated with Burzaco, the person said.Raitzin and Sulser have denied Arzuaga's allegations, two people said.

The bank knew that Burzaco was a client, but not Grondona, one of the people said.Arzuaga is under investigation in Switzerland over whether he tried to conceal that Grondona was the beneficial owner of an account, the person said.Arzuaga has admitted he received hundreds of thousands of dollars from Burzaco's sports TV company, the person said.After initially concentrating.