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Solare Investors Corp, El Rey, Corinna and Gonet Bank

Further to recent leaks about Gonet, this site got information about a compliance meeting, chaired by "Chairman of Due Diligence Committee, CEO Jean Marc Fellay", during which two Gonet accounts were shut due to "PEP Relations": Solare Investors Corp. and one whose UBO is described as "Corrina Zu Sayn-Wittgenstein" (sic). Solare is a panamanian shell, while Corinna was all over the press recently for affairs with Spain's King Juan Carlos I. Spanish royalty couldn't be further from what this site normally reports about, unless linked to Venezuela, so we shall leave the (self explanatory) info here for prosecutors and other interested parties.

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