Pérez-Maura has a Foundation in Vaduz that accepted the amnesty

Ramon Emilio Perez-Maura is a beneficiary of a Foundation in Liechtenstein who accepted the amnesty of the former Minister of Finance, Cristóbal Montoro. The former assistant to the director of the newspaper Abc appears as one of the nine heirs, between cousins ​​and brothers, who will receive in the future the more than 10 million euros that until a while ago were deposited in HSBC and UBS banks. The family has kept that money for several generations, which it legalized with the fiscal platform that the former minister facilitated the great millionaires of Finance of the PP.

The Pérez-Maura family money was managed through the Fuentes Foundation, based in Vaduz, the capital of Liechtenstein. In the same city, Juan Carlos I established the Zagatka Foundation, which was managed by his cousin Álvaro de Orleans. The statute of the Foundation conferred the management of the funds to the uncle of the journalist, Borja Pérez-Maura y Herrera, who was the one who legalized the hidden heritage in Switzerland taking advantage of the tax amnesty. At that time he was also vice president of the family shipping company, between 2011 and 2014.

Mandate contract of the Pérez Maura foundation signed by the uncle of the ABC journalist. Source: eldiario.es.

The nine heirs are descendants of the three Pérez-Maura brothers (Ramiro, Borja and Jaime), who will receive the amounts agreed in the Foundation protocol –the journalist corresponds to 8%– When the first beneficiaries die.

The Pérez-Mauras are part of the closest circle of friends of Juan Carlos I, with whom they have participated in water sports activities. It is not surprising that they publicly defend the King Emeritus as the former deputy director of Abc with your article turn the tables.

List of beneficiaries of Fuentes Foundation. (Source: eldiario.es)

Interestingly, another uncle of the journalist, the diplomat Ramiro Pérez-Maura, was the Spanish ambassador to Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Saint Lucia, Barbados, Granada, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and Dominica, all of them considered tax havens. It was also the case of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, from where hundreds of Spanish companies operate to pay less taxes in Spain. His aunt Berta de la Peña, wife of Borja Pérez-Maura, also was forced to legalize hidden assets at the UBS bank that he enjoyed at the founding of Liechtenstein.

Ramón Pérez-Maura is one of the beneficiaries of the Liechtenstein tax haven foundation.

The Pérez-Maura García-Botín family figure in the ranking of the most powerful families in Spain. It ranks 199th on a national scale and 5th in Cantabria, according to a study published by the newspaper The world on the “200 richest in Spain in 2002”.

But the family was shaken when two of the beneficiaries, Ángel and Álvaro Pérez-Maura, were detained by the police. in the midst of investigations into the Villarejo plot. Ángel is pending another case in Guatemala for paying bribes to obtain a contract.

The National Court investigates the payment of commissions by Pérez-Maura through the Guatemalan subsidiary of TCB, a company in which the family business was the majority shareholder Perez and Co. of which the journalist is a director, according to the registry data consulted by OKDIARIO.


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