Particularly serious tax evasion – BKA is looking for the banker (53) – Frankfurt

Wiesbaden – The Public Prosecutor’s Office in Frankfurt is looking for this banker in conjunction with the Chief Banker Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) and Hessian tax authorities!

Paul Robert Mora (53) of New Zealand is suspected of planning and carrying out so-called co-ex transactions for an investor between 2006 and 2008 as head of the Department of HypoVereinsbank (HVB). He is said to have been helped by employees, a lawyer and a tax consultant.

The result: 113 million euros are missing in the state treasury! Charges: Particularly serious tax evasion.

Mora is said to have concealed the true background of the trade internally with a sophisticated system of deception.

Mora is said to have many contacts abroad, including New Zealand, Great Britain, Switzerland, Australia and Spain.

Please send information to the Federal Criminal Police Office Wiesbaden, tel 0611 55 15444.

This is how the co-op business worked

In “co-ex” transactions, stock traders traded dividend entitlements between (“ex”) and without (“ex”) a number of participants around the dividend cut-off date. Finally, it was not clear to the tax authorities who had the papers. The tax offices reimbursed capital gains taxes that were not paid.


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