Five Guys’ auditors say pandemic has resulted in ‘material uncertainty’ for chain
Grant Thornton says fast food outlet’s accounts show loss of €505,645 in the year to March 2020, with accumulated losses at €2 million
Auditing firm Grant Thornton has flagged that Covid-19 has left a material uncertainty hanging over the Five Guys burger chain in Ireland.
The chain, which is run by Dermot Desmond’s sons Brett, Ross and Derry, released financial accounts for a number of companies in Dublin and Belfast this month.
The accounts show that Anart Restaurants, the company behind the restaurants in South Great George’s Street, Blackrock, Swords and Dundrum, had losses of €505,645...
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