The chef with no name 24 January 2020 How James Cochran lost the rights to his own name, and his triumphant comeback with Islington restaurant 12:51
In this week's issue... The chef with no name How James Cochran lost the rights to his own name, and his triumphant comeback with Islington restaurant 12:51
Read More
Search

Gordon Ramsay Holdings faces prosecution over accounts mishap

20 October 2008 by
Gordon Ramsay Holdings faces prosecution over accounts mishap

Gordon Ramsay Holdings (GRH) faces prosecution for failing to file its accounts on time.

The company, which operates most of the Michelin-starred celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay's UK pubs and restaurants, was meant to file its accounts at the end of June last year, according to Companies House.

The Government body subsequently extended GRH's deadline to submit its accounts until last Friday (17 October), but a spokesman for Companies House told Caterersearch today that the group had also failed to meet this date.

"Companies House is now likely to take action against the company," he said.

A GRH spokeswoman said the company would file its accounts this week.

Gordon Ramsay is world's third highest paid chef - For more hospitality stories, see what the weekend papers say>>

Gordon Ramsay's York & Albany impresses>>
Gordon Ramsay and Jamie Oliver ‘not as good as they used to be'>>

Michelin-starred Tom Aikens loses control of his restaurant business>>

By Kerstin Kühn

E-mail your comments to Kerstin Kühn here.

Caterersearch.com jobs
Looking for a new job? Find your next restaurant job here with Caterersearch.com jobs

The Caterer Blog Catch up with more news and gossip on the Caterer Blog here
Newsletters For the latest hospitality news, sign up for our e-mail newsletters.
The Caterer Breakfast Briefing Email

Start the working day with The Caterer’s free breakfast briefing email

Sign Up and manage your preferences below

Thank you

You have successfully signed up for the Caterer Breakfast Briefing Email and will hear from us soon!