Bono has interest in a shopping centre in Lithuania, Paradise Papers reveal

U2 frontman has made property investments via offshore entities

Investments by Irish musician Bono, made under his real name Paul Hewson, in a Lithuanian shopping centre and a German office building - by way of a Maltese company - have been revealed in documents shared with The Irish Times.

U2 frontman Bono has made a number of property investments via offshore entities. They includea shopping centre in Lithuania and an office building in Germany.

Details of the investments emerged by way of Bono’s shareholding in a company in Malta called Nude Estates Malta Ltd.

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