A representative for Gordon Ramsay Holdings has confirmed the business has
finally filed accounts for 2006 but last years are still late.
Despite this, a Companies House spokeswoman said only one of the two
outstanding sets of accounts has been filed, with the 2007 financial reporting
year accounts still owing.
She confirmed the company accounts for the year ending 31 August 2006 were
filed on Monday (27 October), but was unable to disclose whether GRH has paid
the subsequent late penalty of £1,000.
The 2007 accounts due on 30 June 2008 are now four months in arrears and
have thus far attracted a £100 fine.
The confirmation follows reports dating back a month that GRH would file the
accounts in ‘two weeks time without fail’.
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