In 2006 the band moved parts of its business affairs to the Netherlands after tax breaks were capped in Ireland.He said: "It’s just some smart people we have working for us trying to be sensible about the way we’re taxed. There’s loads of companies." The Queen's private estate is among the ranks of the mega-rich who are secretly investing cash in offshore tax havens, a new report has revealed.How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?
He ploughed £5.1m into the shopping centre shortly after it opened in 2007.The revelation has come out after a vast leak of financial documents, dubbed the "Paradise Papers".Bono’s spokeswoman told the Guardian: “Bono was a passive, minority investor in Nude Estates Malta Ltd, a company that was legally registered in Malta until it was voluntarily wound up in 2015.In a statement, he said he would be "extremely distressed if even as a passive minority investor ...anything less than exemplary was done with my name anywhere near it. I have campaigned for the beneficial ownership of offshore companies to be made transparent." In fairness, these deals get pretty convoluted.