No wonder David Cameron didn’t want the EU to scrutinise tax havens and money-laundering shell company addresses when his own Mother-in-Law (Lady Astor of Ginge Manor)’s company Oka is linked directly to 788-790 Finchley Road:
Look for Temple Secretaries:
One of Lady Astor’s co-directors is Emilio Giuseppe Foa. He is the CEO of Oka, the former CFO of Benetton, and is also connected to Form 10 Directors based at 39a Leicester Road in Manchester via Rapha Racing:
Emilio Foa is also a Non-Executive Director of Itaian-owned Pinko:
He is also a co-founder of The Wine Place in London, specialists in Italian wine:
He has also been a Non-Exec Director of The East India Company. If you check this company out you will find that it is connected to 5 Calleva Park in Aldemaston, a known money-laundering and company-formation address:
This is where Duncan Partnership and @ukplc are connected to.
An Italian firm that was firmly in the limelight in the 80s and 90s was fashion business and Formula 1 racing company Benetton, which Emilio Foa worked for, of course.
Benetton used a Renault Formula 1 engine, as well the services of corrupt lawyer David Mackenzie Donald Mills (the husband of deceased former Cabinet Minister under Tony Blair, Tessa Jowell). Mills was also taken to task for laundering money for Silvio Berlusconi and the Mafia:
By the way, 39a Leicester Road in Manchester is also where Journalist, TV pundit and Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis’s accountant (Tony Tesciuba) is linked to. In true TV tradition here’s what we prepared earlier:
Do you see what’s happening here?
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