I shan't go into detail, but I'd like this community's feedback on this issue.
I work in legal, and have knowledge of the utility of what are commonly referred to as 'offshore companies' and typically expect to see them in a corporate structure somewhere or other these days.
So the other day, whilst bored, I dug into a particular watch maker via publicly accessible information, and came across some things which surprised me; it appears said maker's story may have been selectively edited for public consumption.
Now, we all know that marketing dollars are spent far and wide, some offer nil transparency. As it goes, this particular company has elected to use a jurisdiction which made reviewing their information very easy. I'm not sure if this is an oversight or what, but the information is laid out for all to see, and it points to a different situation than was publicly being portrayed.
I've no desire to be the Frank Serpico of WUS, but one wonders what to do with this information. At one point does the bending of the truth or selective omission in marketing become unacceptable?