Mystery shrouds Prague building

Cross-border money transfers, suicide, allegations of blackmail and at least two explosions: it reads like a Hollywood script, but is in fact all related to previous owners of Kotva, the department store in Prague that was bought recently by Irish co

2nd April, 2005

Cross-border money transfers, suicide, allegations of blackmail and at least two explosions: it reads like a Hollywood script, but is in fact all related to previous owners of Kotva, the department store in Prague that was bought recently by Irish company Markland Holdings.

Markland, which is owned by Aidan Scully, its managing director, Sean Mulryan of Ballymore Properties and Patrick Kelly of Kelland Homes, announced just over two weeks ago that it had bought SPV...

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