Henley Group, a subsidiary of RJH Public Relations, and owned by Sophie, the
Countess of Wessex, has been fined for failing to file its accounts on time.
The group has also incurred a £250 fine for missing the deadline. This will
increase with every month that the accounts are not filed with Companies House.
A spokesman for Companies House said: ‘Henley Group has had several warning
letters about its accounts and one extension already. It has incurred a fine of
£250, which goes up on a rising scale.’
RJH Public Relations is currently being wound up after proving to no longer
being financially viable.
A second subsidiary company owned by the Countess, HGI Realisations, has
already been placed into administration.
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