Mexican tycoon Juan Armando Hinojosa Cantú and his son, Juan Armando Hinojosa García, appear at the inauguration of a highway public works project near Toluca, Mexico, on April 30, 2008. The father, a contractor whose conglomerate has won scores of public contracts in the past decade, has seen his wealth soar under the wing of President Enrique Peña Nieto. The son died in a helicopter crash in July 2012.
Mexican tycoon Juan Armando Hinojosa Cantú and his son, Juan Armando Hinojosa García, appear at the inauguration of a highway public works project near Toluca, Mexico, on April 30, 2008. The father, a contractor whose conglomerate has won scores of public contracts in the past decade, has seen his wealth soar under the wing of President Enrique Peña Nieto. The son died in a helicopter crash in July 2012. Mario Vázquez de la Torre Agencia MVT
Mexican tycoon Juan Armando Hinojosa Cantú and his son, Juan Armando Hinojosa García, appear at the inauguration of a highway public works project near Toluca, Mexico, on April 30, 2008. The father, a contractor whose conglomerate has won scores of public contracts in the past decade, has seen his wealth soar under the wing of President Enrique Peña Nieto. The son died in a helicopter crash in July 2012. Mario Vázquez de la Torre Agencia MVT

A well-connected Mexican tycoon stashes a fortune overseas

April 03, 2016 2:00 PM

More Videos

Listeria is rare but dangerous 0:33

Listeria is rare but dangerous

Tips for cooking delicious fried shrimp 0:48

Tips for cooking delicious fried shrimp

Dolphins QB Matt Moore had fun in comeback win over Jets 2:07

Dolphins QB Matt Moore had fun in comeback win over Jets

This is what a Penn State White Out looks like in Beaver Stadium 0:52

This is what a Penn State White Out looks like in Beaver Stadium

Tribute to Rick Shaw 1:21

Tribute to Rick Shaw

Dolphins Jarvis Landry on win against Jets and Matt Moore 1:34

Dolphins Jarvis Landry on win against Jets and Matt Moore

5 fun facts about 'Polo Ponies' 0:52

5 fun facts about 'Polo Ponies'

Woman sent flying onto tracks after stranger pushes her 0:40

Woman sent flying onto tracks after stranger pushes her

Trump feuds with Congresswoman over call to fallen soldier's widow 1:16

Trump feuds with Congresswoman over call to fallen soldier's widow

Tourist spots in Puerto Rico begin to open after Hurricane Maria 2:38

Tourist spots in Puerto Rico begin to open after Hurricane Maria

  • Post office advises public to enforce relief packages heading to Puerto Rico

    US Postal Inspector, Eliezar Julian, shows a broken Priority Mail box caused by the weight of the items inside at the cargo area of the San Juan Luis Muñoz Marín Airport in Puerto Rico on Saturday, October 21, 2017. ​