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O'Driscoll's firm transferred €245k to his pension fund

A private company established by Brian O'Driscoll to handle some of his commercial contracts transferred a total of €245,000 to the rugby star's pension fund last year.

11th June, 2005

A private company established by Brian O'Driscoll to handle some of his commercial contracts transferred a total of €245,000 to the rugby star's pension fund last year.

ODM and Promotions, which was established by the Irish international rugby captain in 2001, saw its retained profits fall by €125,000 to just €63,000 in the year to the end of August 31, 2004, according to accounts just filed.

However, the decrease in reserves is explained by the pension transfer and...

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