Entrepreneurs Vicente Boluda, Alejandro Aznar and Diego del Alcázar are some of the names who gave money to King Emeritus Juan Carlos I to carry out his second fiscal regularization in Spain, as published this Tuesday by El Confidencial. In total, Juan Carlos I He paid more than four million to the Treasury for the private flights that a foundation of his cousin supported him.
The group that collaborated so that the monarch could deposit that amount with the Tax Agency is around ten and each of them would have paid a maximum of 250,000 euros, according to this newspaper. They include Vicente Boluda, shipping businessman and former interim president of Real Madrid; Jaime Castellanos, president in Spain of the investment bank Lazard; Diego del Alcázar y Silvela, Marquis de la Romana, former president of Vocento and president of IE Business School; Alejandro Aznar, president of Bodegas Marqués de Riscal and the Ibaizabal shipping company, and Alicia Koplowitz, owner of Omega Capital. Only Boluda has directly acknowledged his contribution to the emeritus, while the rest have declined to speak with El Confidencial or have refused to give details.
The organizer of the collection was also businessman Javier Corsini and his brother Miguel Corsini also collaborated by contacting Boluda. Miguel Corsini, who passed away last November, He was president of Renfe with Aznar and was married to the daughter of the first head of the Royal House.. Francisco Javier Corsini is the owner of the company that manages the La Flamenca farm, one of the places where Juan Carlos I went to hunt.
The February tax regularization, which amounts to 4.4 million euros, would correspond to tax debts derived from the eight million euros that Juan Carlos I received for flights made in a private jet company and that the Zagatka foundation paid until 2018 , owned by his distant cousin Álvaro de Orleans.
Unlike the previous regularization, carried out from Abu Dhabi, where Juan Carlos I established his residence last August and which was carried out through the Community of Madrid because it was a settlement of the donation tax, of autonomous ownership, this time the Payment was made to the Tax Agency.