Saturday June 6, 2020

Kitty O’Shea’s founder appeals Belgian tax corruption ruling

Kevin Loughney, the Irish businessman who co-founded the Kitty O’Shea’s pub chain, has appealed a corruption conviction in Belgium.

10th May, 2008

Kevin Loughney, the Irish businessman who co-founded the Kitty O’Shea’s pub chain, has appealed a corruption conviction in Belgium.

Loughney was last month found guilty of active corruption, for his alleged actions in reducing a Vat bill at Kitty O’Shea’s in Brussels, from almost €700,000 to €30,000.

The Vat officer involved in the case, Easter De Wulf, was found guilty of passive corruption. Loughney and De Wulf...

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