Michelin-star chef Heston Blumenthal has company registered in secretive Caribbean tax haven


Restaurants of Michelin-star chef Heston Blumenthal, where he used to charge £325 a head, are controlled by a company registered in Caribbean tax haven considered one of the most secretive in the world

  • Heston Blumenthal is facing awkward questions after it emerged his restaurants are controlled by a company registered in a Caribbean tax haven 
  • Complex web involves corporations based on the Isle of Man, which does not charge tax, and Nevis – one of the most secretive tax havens in the world 
  • Blumenthal no longer owns any of his restaurants, having sold his stake to his father’s step-brother, businessman Ronnie Lowenthal, in 2006

Claire Duffin For The Daily Mail

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