The Teachers Group owns hundreds of thousands of acres of valuable agricultural land in the Caribbean, Central America, South America and elsewhere in the developing world.
Much of it was secretly bought using Cayman Islands and Jersey offshore companies in the 1980s and 1990s, before the Teachers Group became the subject of a police investigation.read more
The Teachers Group maintains an astonishing network of offshore companies, shell businesses, intermediary enterprises and secret accounts in tax havens around the world. We have counted more than 100 offshore companies in more than 30 different tax havens, all directly connected with Teachers Group’s business and charity affairs.read more
The Teachers Group currently has offshore companies or trusts registered in at least 15 well-known tax havens. Its key holding companies and financial trusts are registered in Jersey, the Isle of Man, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.read more
The Teachers Group began as an alternative education system, so it’s no surprise that it runs literally hundreds of schools, colleges and educational institutes all over the world.
The schools are of various types and follow an education ‘programme’. But in the light of the Teachers Group’s huge offshore financial network, perhaps these schools and colleges serve a another purpose too.read more
A former Tvind employee in Amsterdam reveals how the group creamed off profits from Humana People-to-People and moved the funds into offshore accounts.read more