first emails related to González Dellán go back to 2010, but the papers of the
companies reveal that he was related to a company, whose settlement agent was
Mossack Fonseca, since 2003.
company is Blue Crest Holdings S.A., a company registered in Panama on August
20, 2003. "The authorized capital of the company is US $ 10,000, legal tender of
the United States of America, divided into 100 shares that may be registered or
bearer, at a par value of US $ 100 each. The board of directors may allow bearer
certificates to be exchanged for certificates in the name of the owner and vice
versa," reads the company's social agreement, a kind of articles of
August 21, 2003, four bearer certificates were issued, equal to one share each.
On July 23, 2014, a fifth certificate for 100 shares was issued in favor of
Leonardo González Dellán. But the relationship of the former president of BIV
with company Blue Crest Holdings S.A. did not end there.
October 20, 2003, the directors of Blue Crest Holdings S.A., appointed by
Mossack Fonseca for that purpose, conferred José Ángel González Dellán a Power
of Attorney to "manage the company without any limitation." He is the brother of
the former president of BIV, who, based on the National Registry of Contractors
(RNC), is the president of the Asociación Cooperativa Colosal XX, R.L., a
company that has provided services to Petróleos de Venezuela (Pdvsa), as varied
as the "supply of meals", "office construction and remodeling," and "road
construction and signaling," among others.
on October 20, 2003, a Power of Attorney was issued in favor of Luis Alberto
Benshimol, an investment advisor who was linked to several securities firms such
as Lemon Casa de Bolsa in 2003 and later to Bencorp Casa de Bolsa C.A., one of
the many intervened by the National Securities Commission in 2010, after the
then Minister Jorge Giordani decided to finish with the
of July 21, 2005, Leonardo González Dellán had a Power of Attorney without
limitations to manage Blue Crest Holdings S.A.