Former Hasmonean pupil is director of British Mossack Fonseca offshoot

By Simon Rocker, April 11, 2016

The Panamanian law firm under international scrutiny for helping wealthy people avoid tax has a British offshoot with a former Hasmonean High School pupil as a director.

Emmanuel Cohen was revealed by the Times to be one of the directors of Mossack Fonseca & Co (UK) based in Hitchin, North Hertfordshire.


Property mogul avoids a huge tax bill, and still enjoys Shabbat

November 28, 2013

A retired property mogul almost lost out on a £5.5 million tax break — because of his wife’s “great cooking”.

James Glyn insisted he was resident in Monaco when he received a £29 million dividend from selling off his family property portfolio.


We have to stop those playing tax games

By Alex Brummer, July 6, 2012

One of the potentially positive consequences of the economic slump and long period of turmoil in financial markets is that it has led to a broad public debate about the morality of free market capitalism.