Goldman Sachs is afraid of what may happen to its subsidiary in Spain, Azora, which acquired 2,935 Official Protection Homes (VPO) in 2013 for just over 200 million euros. They were purchased from Ivima, the Housing Institute of the Community of Madrid, which at that time was headed by Ignacio González, who is currently on probation pending trial for the Lezo case. They were part of the Young Plan launched by the regional company and ended up being sold to the fund. With tenants inside.

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