Martin Kratochvíl (born May 22, 1946 in Prague) is a jazz and jazz rock musician and a businessman from former Czechoslovakia, now Czech Republic. In 1964 he co-founded the jazz band Jazz Q. Being a successful musician both in the former communist country and abroad, he amassed enough money so that when the communist regime was liquidated, he became a successful businessman, an owner of an airport, several factories and other investments. In 1989 he founded a record label Bonton. In January 1992 he became a board member of the investment privatization fund TREND.
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