Fox News has obtained a sworn statement from Ramos, who has been charged with bank fraud and money laundering.
Ramos, 60, was indicted last week on federal charges related to the sale of millions of dollars of counterfeit currency.
Ramosi was a partner at the notorious New York mobster Mobster Jack Abramoff’s crime syndicate and an associate of mobster Michael Angelo.
Abramoff is now serving a prison sentence.
The indictment charges Ramos with conspiring to commit money laundering, money laundering conspiracy, and bank fraud.
Ramosa is also charged with accepting a bribe to sell counterfeit $10 bills and $10 coupons for a crime syndication called the New York Crime Family, which operated a ring that stole $1 billion in fraudulent money from the U.S. and other countries in 2008.
Ramoa, who worked for the UBS Group, the same investment bank where he worked, was also charged in the case.
A U.N. task force has accused the New Jersey-based company of running a criminal ring that smuggled millions of counterfeit dollars out of the country in a system called “money laundering.”