Spain's King Felipe says his wealth is worth 2.6 million euros in transparency effort


FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - Copa del Rey - Copa del Rey - Final - Real Betis v Valencia - Estadio La Cartuja de Sevilla, Seville, Spain - April 23, 2022 King Felipe VI of Spain is seen in the stands before the match REUTERS/Jon Nazca

MADRID (Reuters) - Spain's King Felipe VI has disclosed that his wealth is worth about 2.6 million euros ($2.8 million) in a move to make the Royal House more transparent and end the opaqueness that prevailed during the reign of his father Juan Carlos.

The king's assets include just under 2.3 million euros in checking or savings accounts and securities, and he currently owns art, antiques and jewelry with a value of more than 305,000 euros, a statement released by the Royal House showed.

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