O’Driscoll’s Roaring Water takes a €130k dip into the red
The loss recorded last year contrasts with a profit of €2.1 million made the year before, and reduces accumulated profits from €10.9 million to €10.7 million
Sean O’Driscoll, the former boss of Irish industrial giant Glen Dimplex, made a loss of €130,532 last year through his personal investment vehicle Roaring Waters Capital, new company accounts show.
The loss recorded last year contrasts with a profit of €2.1 million made the year before, and reduces accumulated profits at Roaring Waters slightly from €10.9 million to €10.7 million.
O’Driscoll is a 50-50 shareholder in Roaring Waters along with his wife, Rose...
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