MILAN — Victor Uckmar, the tax lawyer hired by former Valentino chairman Matteo Marzotto earlier this week in response to a probe initiated by Italy’s financial police, on Friday clarified several of the judge’s statements regarding the confiscation of some of the family’s assets.
Uckmar noted that the investment fund to which the capital derived from the sale of Valentino Fashion Group was allegedly transferred, is based in Ireland and not in the Cayman Islands, as the judge stated.
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