Dolphin Trust paper trail shows flow of money to ‘DT Cayman’ account
Accounts of related company show €7 million flowed out of Ireland to an account in Britain called ‘DT Cayman’ in a single three-month period
The discovery of a trove of documents linked to Dolphin Trust, the collapsed German fund which has left hundreds of Irish investors owed millions, has revealed flows of money to a British account called ‘DT Cayman’.
Lawyers at Coleman Legal, which represents a significant number of investors burnt by the fund’s collapse, are going through boxes of records discovered in the south of the country relating to Dolphin International Group.
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