Monday, October 12, 2009

Ganley company reports €2.57 million in losses

The latest bad news from Tuam is that alleged millionaire , Declan Ganley, has reported continuing losses in his GANLEY CORPORATE Management Ltd.
Interesting time for him to start a political party and hire Joe Trippi to help raise funds.
Again People Korps asks, does anyone know if Rivada Networks is a profitable firm? It has big contracts with the US military but what does it cost to run?
Will an Obama led White House continue to give contracts to Rivada, a firm associated with senior figures in G.W. Bush's administration? These included Jack Shaw, a Dick Cheney employee whose activities in Iraq, as well as Ganleys, were dealt with in the book Blood Money by T. Christian Miller as well as the general who led the "War on Terror" Richard Meyers.

Shaw actively campaigned against Obama in the run up to the 2008 US presidential elections.




Ganley management firm posts €2.5m loss


COLM KEENA Public Affairs Correspondent
GANLEY CORPORATE Management Ltd, a company associated with anti-Lisbon Treaty campaigner Declan Ganley, had €209,557 in cash on December 31st, 2008, according to accounts filed recently.

The abridged accounts show the company’s accumulated losses at year’s end were €2.57 million, down from €2.59 million the previous year. No profit figure is given in the accounts.

The cash balance at year’s end compared with €14,851 at the previous year’s end. However, creditors due to be paid within one year also increased substantially, to €135,408 at December 31st, 2008, from €16,248 the previous year.

The directors of the company, which is based at Mr Ganley’s home at Moyne Park, Tuam, Co Galway, are Mr Ganley and his brother Seán. The company’s two issued €2 shares are owned by Golden Bay Holdings Ltd, Charlestown, Nevis, West Indies, the company’s ultimate parent, according to the accounts. The Ganley brothers have no interest in the shares of the parent company, the accounts state.

Mr Ganley previously told The Irish Times he uses Ganley Corporate Management for the development of business projects. He owned the company’s shares up to December 31st, 2005.

Ganley Corporate Management was the owner of another Tuam company, Rivada Networks Ltd, in May 2006. By the end of that year, Rivada Networks was the subsidiary of a US company, Rivada Networks LLC, which has telecommunications contracts in the US.

1 comment:

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