Joe Dolan concert company had losses of more than €2.8m

A Westmeath company controlled by singer Joe Dolan had retained losses of more than €2.8 million, according to accounts just filed.

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Ian Kehoe

9th July, 2005

A Westmeath company controlled by singer Joe Dolan had retained losses of more than €2.8 million, according to accounts just filed.

Monroe Mullingar, which organises some of Dolan's concerts and events, had negative shareholders' funds of more than €1.1 million at the end of the financial year to April 30, 2003.

The accounts show that the company received a loan of €1.6 million from its two shareholders - Dolan and his brother Ben. The company ended the...

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