Former Dubs boss Pat Gilroy is winning with Dalkia
Published 29/07/2014 | 02:30
All-Ireland winning football manager Pat Gilroy continues to be a winner off the pitch with the firm he leads recording pre-tax profits of €5.74m last year.
Mr Gilroy led the Dubs to All-Ireland success in 2011. New figures show that Dalkia Ireland, the French-owned services firm he heads up as managing director, recorded an 8pc decrease in pre-tax profits from €6.27m to €5.74m last year.
The firm recorded the decline in profits after revenues decreased by 19pc from €72.2m to €58.45m.
Numbers employed by the Dublin-based firm last year declined by two from 357 to 355 with the firm's staff costs totalling €19.14m.
The principal activities of Dalika Ireland are the provision of managed energy, utilities services, operation of combined heat and power plants and lighting installation and maintenance in public areas.
According to the directors' report "the directors are pleased with the performance of the group".
Four other directors along with Mr Gilroy - who also won an All-Ireland winner's medal as a player in 1995 - served during the year and the figures show that directors' remuneration, including pension payments increased last year by 10pc from €522,634 to €578,411.
The figures show that Dalkia has accumulated profits of €24.4m. Total shareholder funds of €40m included cash of €20.9m. The firm last year paid a dividend of €1m.