The singer and presenter went to the manager Joaquín Arespacochaga Llópiz to design a corporate framework with which to circumvent the treasury
Bertin Osborne went to the manager Joaquín Arespacochaga Llópiz to design a corporate framework with which to outwit the treasury. The Spanish singer and presenter Joaquín Arespacochaga Llópiz asked for help from the alleged mastermind of the PSOE plot that diverted 14 million euros of public subsidies to reindustrialize Cádiz. The objective: to create a network with ramifications in tax havens to avoid paying the Treasury.
Osborne even established his residence in Luxembourg and transferred his contracting rights to a Panamanian instrumental company to avoid the Tax Agency, according to the documents to which ‘El Confidencial’ has had access. This information was apprehended by the Police in 2013 in the Arespacochaga office and was initially incorporated into the summary of the ‘Bahía Competitiva case’.
Five years ago, it was learned that Osborne reactivated an ‘offshore’ in October 2015, just a month after premiering a popular talk show on Spanish Television, as it appeared in the Panama papers. ‘El Confidencial’ and ‘La Sexta’ made public the leaks of the Mossak Fonseca law firm.
The singer explained to those media that he had reactivated the company to be able to face the last payments that he had pending with the Spanish Treasury, which amounts to 1.6 million euros (1.8 million dollars). SA de Panamá, created on February 17, 1997 in Niue, an island in the South Pacific and 1,190 inhabit