May 6-7, 2017 -- Breaking. Macron set up offshore corporate tax evasion contrivance in Nevis and Grand Cayman

publication date: May 6, 2017
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May 6-7, 2017 -- Breaking. Macron set up offshore corporate tax evasion contrivance in Nevis and Grand Cayman

Although the French government is warning of criminal charges for reporting the contents of leaked personal computer files of French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron and corporate media outlets like Le Monde and Agence-France Presse are abiding by the government censorship, WMR has discovered that in 2012, Macron established an offshore tax evasion contrivance using a shell corporation in Nevis and a bank account in Grand Cayman.

Nevis is a constituent part of the Federation of St. Kitts-Nevis in the Caribbean. Grand Cayman is part of the British Caribbean territory of the Cayman Islands. Macron established "La Providence" limited liability corporation in Nevis on May 4, 2012.

La Providence was, in turn, linked to an account at the First Caribbean International Bank, a subsidiary of the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, in Grand Cayman. A First Caribbean fax concerning a returned check to La Providence is dated February 11, 2015.

The Panama Papers, leaked from the Panama City law firm Mossack Fonseca, reveals that the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce was a client of the Mossack Fonseca offshore entities creator.

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En Français:

6-7 mai 2017 -  Macron met en place un dispositif d'évasion fiscale des entreprises à l'étranger en Nevis et Grand Cayman
Bien que le gouvernement français se préoccupe des accusations criminelles pour avoir signalé le contenu des fichiers 
informatiques personnels divulgués du candidat présidentiel français Emmanuel Macron et les médias corporatifs comme
Le Monde et Agence-France Presse respectent la censure gouvernementale, WMR a découvert qu'en 2012, Macron a mis en
place un dispositif d'évasion fiscale à l'étranger en utilisant une société shell à Nevis et un compte bancaire à Grand
Cayman. Nevis est un élément constitutif de la Fédération de Saint-Kitts-Nevis dans les Caraïbes. Grand Cayman fait partie
du territoire des Caraïbes britanniques des îles Caïmans. Macron a créé la société à responsabilité limitée "La Providence"
à Nevis le 4 mai 2012.
La Providence était, à son tour, liée à un compte à la First Caribbean International Bank, une filiale de la Banque
Canadienne Impériale de Commerce, à Grand Cayman. Une première télécopie des Caraïbes concernant
un chèque retourné à La Providence est datée du 11 février 2015. Les documents de Panama, divulgués par le cabinet d'avocats de la ville de Panama Mossack Fonseca,
révèlent que la Banque Canadienne Impériale de Commerce était un client du créateur de l'entités
outre-mer Mossack Fonseca.

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