Detail of the naval hull Pochettino put together in the British Virgin Islands

society was Created in March 2010 and dissolved in 2017According to documents consulted by the CIJ team.

On the part of those close to Pochettino reported that the offshore company He was declared before the Spanish authorities at the time and has not faced charges of tax evasion since then.

As it turned out, the Argentine DT went to the Panamanian study specialized in assembling marine structures Alemán, Cordero, and Galindo & Lee (Alcogal) to create Poinsettia Properties Ltd.

He was appointed as the sole shareholder of the paper company from March 16, 2010 to March 23. It then ceded control of the company to Equity Trust Ltd, which is also registered in the Virgin Islands.

between the beneficiaries of trust Pochettino’s wife and children: Maurizio and Sebastiano. “It’s a company that has been brought together for the cause of inheritance, as a strategy to put heritage for the sake of his family. It was announced in both Spain and England,” they explained from the coach’s environment.

They added that the Virgin Islands trust was intended to manage a potential family succession.

The next step happened On April 6, 2015. At that time, Mauricio Pochettino had already changed his place of residence after moving from Barcelona to London to work at Tottenham Hotspur.

On the same day, the Argentine ceased to be the director of the company and delegated responsibility to assistants from Alcogal. The most significant changes occurred the next day.

Poinsettia Properties Ltd decided to issue new shares: 50% in the name of the former football player and the other half in the name of his wife. Trust has already been put aside.

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