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Save Topic 12 day Italy Itinerary. Art Galleries in Italy Read our community guidelines. Get notified by e-mail when a reply is posted. Best time of year to visit Italy 3 replies What to Buy in Italy? Hotels travelers are raving about Considering how things went so far, someone in La Valletta must have closed more than one eye on the origin of the money that in recent years landed on the Island. A name like so many in the endless Maltese Registry of Companies.
Haru Pharma is the perfect showcase to hide an embarrassing past: This is where all Mafia bosses overseeing the European drug trafficking business reside. They are shrewd and quiet people with a strong sense for business. And they chose Malta to hide their wealth. Haru Pharma is headquartered in Balzan, just a few miles away from La Valletta.
Despite having been operating for four years already, the company never filed a balance sheet, which makes it impossible to get an idea of the assets and business operations of the company. We did retrieve, however, other records. Both made their huge fortune through kidnappings first and international cocaine trafficking later. Convictions accrued by some bosses, among which Sebastiano's father, do not seem to have stopped operations of the clan. They came recently back on the anti-Mafia radar screen for alleged money laundering.
The finding allowed, for the first time, to trace a factual link between offshore companies and individuals with ties to the powerful San Luca cartel. The nature of business changes, not so where the money originates. From pharmacy products we go to online gambling. The latter is an industry on which the government in La Valletta is betting heavily by supporting it with a generous tax regime, to understate it. This time we are talking about a Mafia clan based in Reggio Calabria.
The boss decided to cooperate with prosecutors, and secured himself a just three-year sentence. He told prosecutors to have been sent to the former Mediterranean British colony on behalf of the most powerful clans in the city. These figures translate into a consistent business for many people on the Island, first in line accountants and lawyers, who happen to be sometimes very well-known professionals and firms.
This is what the story of the Mafia clan Gennaro was representing shows. His deals involved some twenty companies on the Island. Shareholder of the latter are a company run by Gennaro, and Gvm Holdings, a fiduciary trust company headed by David Gonzi, lawyer and son of the former Maltese prime minister, Lawrence Gonzi. A high-up, Gonzi Junior shows in the corporate documents of many other enterprises of the Mafia group.
On these grounds the prosecutors in Reggio Calabria launched an investigation on him, the documents of which were later handed over to a Maltese court. A year went by already since then, and given the time elapsed, some Italian sources in prosecuting offices fear that the Maltese authorities filed the case. The likely hypothesis casts shadows on the real will of La Valletta to pursue the case, the more so, after the finding supported by the documents examined by L'Espresso that several other companies are escaping Italian prosecution offices.
The Gonzi case shows, nonetheless, what Malta has become in recent years: Thanks to software, these people can boost the profits the Calabrian Mafia reaps from the slot machines and online poker businesses. The plains are the back land only miles away from the harbor where much of the cocaine bound for Europe lands on the continent. As a matter of fact, Goldsmith shows as shareholder in two companies: Wantedplay Limited and Beproga Limited. Both brands share two very specific features.
Furthermore, both companies have on record as shareholder Noam Bartov, a computer technician, who is also an Israeli citizen. This time, however, with no computer nerds as intermediaries. Following a years term sentence on Mafia charges, he is now cooperating with investigating officers. He does not show up in the Maltese Registry of Companies. As the Mafioso told prosecutors himself, he had managed to take over into his corporate network half of the Italian gaming and slot machines market.
There is no doubt that the Maltese Registry of Companies contains evidence to a role played by Orlandi. A resident in London with Italian citizenship, Orlandi is shareholder holding minor stock in two companies on the Island. That is International Trust Ltd. Like big corporations, Mafia organizations also cooperate when needed, and they also need middle men capable of brokering a dialogue between them.