According to the Quebec media, documents prove that some of the investments that Blue Bridge hosts come from tax havens. The French tax authorities would seek more information on the customers of this firm, whose name had appeared during the Panama Papers scandal.
It is a money movement suspicious of nearly a million euros which put the chip in the ear of the fisc, in the name of a trust which should have been declared to the French administration, but which does not has not been, said a tax attorney VAT News.
Canadian corporate secrecy laws would be particularly favorable for such investments, and would be regularly invoked by the lawyers of Blue Bridge not to transmit information to the Hexagon.
The boss of Blue Bridge, Alain E.Roch, ensures that everything his company does is legal. "Our desire is to assert the right for our customers," he assured VAT News. However, he admitted to doing business with families whose assets were "offshore".