Graciela Hank Gonzalez controlled company that purchased $12 million mansion on Long Island, New York

Satellite photo of 122 Oliver’s Cove Lane from Google Maps.

AGI Hamptons LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, paid $12 million for 122 Oliver’s Cove in Water Mill, New York in May 2014. On May 13, 2014, the company borrowed $7.2 million from HSBC Bank USA, secured by the mansion.

Graciela Hank Gonzalez signed the mortgage for the 2014 loan as the sole manager of AGI Hamptons LLC.

AGI Hamptons LLC was fully released from the 2014 mortgage secured by the mansion on April 7th, 2016 – about two years from when the loan was issued.

ChedrauiLeaks recently profiled a $10 million New York City condo unit owned by a different Delaware limited liability company called AGI Property. Graciela Hank Gonzalez was the sole managing member of that company as of August 4, 2015. AGI Property LLC was fully released from an $8.3 million mortgage on April 6th, 2016 – just one day prior to the AGI Hamptons LLC release.

Graciela Hank Gonzalez was a member of the board of Grupo Financiero Interacciones before its 2018 merger with Grupo Financiero Banorte. Her brother, Carlos Hank Gonzalez, is the chairman of Grupo Financiero Banorte as of January 3rd, 2020. Their father, Carlos Hank Rhon, was the chairman of Interacciones before its merger.

The pre-merger controlling shareholders of Interacciones were Graciela Hank Gonzalez, Carlos Hank Rhon, and a trust fund with Carlos Hank Gonzalez as settlor and beneficiary.

Jose Antonio Chedraui Eguia is an independent member of the board of Grupo Financiero Banorte as of January 3rd, 2020.

Documents: has noticed that the media in Mexico contains very little information about the business dealings and personal assets in the United States of what could be termed Mexican elites, wealthy business people and politicians. ChedrauiLeaks is not stating that members of the Chedraui family or its businesses had any involvement with the property described above.