Huge Leak Of Documents Reveals Britain Queen's Offshore Investments

Posted November 09, 2017

The Labour leader said that those exposed by the Paradise Papers should "not just apologise for it, but also recognise what it does to our society".

He said if the fund operated differently, and it paid more tax through another intermediary measure, it could end up with less money to pay its taxes in New Zealand.

The Duchy of Lancaster, which provides the Queen with an income, held funds in the Cayman Islands and Bermuda – British overseas territories with no corporation tax and at the centre of the offshore financial industry.

The Leader of Britain's opposition Labour party Jeremy Corbyn has suggested that Queen Elizabeth who has been named in latest Paradise Papers should tender an apology for using overseas tax havens if they were used to avoid taxation in the UK. The Duchy added the BrightHouse holding now equates to only 3,208 pounds and it was not involved in fund investment decisions and claimed that it had been unaware the retail featured in the investments.

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The Paradise Papers are a huge cache of 13.4 million records, dating from 1950 to 2016, obtained by the German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung and shared with the Washington-based International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.

The duchy - which was set up in 1399 to generate a financial return from the reigning monarch - holds investments via funds in businesses including off-licence chain Threshers and retailer Brighthouse.

The papers also list that the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's top fundraiser and senior advisor Stephen Bronfman, heir to the Seagram fortune, moved almost $60 million to offshore tax havens with ex-senator Leo Kolber.

The records show that as of 2007, the queen's personal estate invested in a Cayman Islands fund that in turn invested in a private equity company that controlled BrightHouse, a United Kingdom rent-to-own firm criticised by consumer watchdogs and members of Parliament for selling household goods to cash-strapped Britons on payment plans with interest rates as high as 99.9 percent.

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Documents reveal that a percentage of the queen's tax-sheltered money was invested in a rent-to-own company that supplied household goods like TVs and washing machines to poor consumers at very high interest rates. "All of our investments are fully audited and legitimate", it said. "The duchy has only invested in highly regarded private-equity funds following a strong recommendation from our investment consultants".

The Queen does not manage the Duchy of Lancaster's investments, which are decided by a council, and pays tax voluntarily on any income.

"The Queen is, after all, the head of state of the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, the Channel Islands, Bermuda, and others, which makes her the Queen of Tax Havens".

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