The club has lodged its accounts at Companies House for the financial year end June 2018 covering the financial scam. I’ll let the accountants amongst you try and make sense of the information but as in previous years given the number of other companies/charities involved I suspect you have to take them all into account to make any kind sense of the finances so that would include edencrest, Deeka, the Stadium company and the Community Trust and their accounts aren't available yet. Highlights from the clubs' accounts are as follows -
The final figure for the monies lost via the scam is given as £697, 257. A further note says this has been primarily offset by the sale of Docherty and Devlin.
The floating charge arranged withe AIB is acknowledged and Ronnie has given a personal guarantee of £150,000 towards this
Apparently the football club incurred £60,000 rental charges for use of the Stadium. Go figure I suspect its a tax dodge.
Mcgowans company Clean and Green Solutions received mainteneance costs of £26,500 (Nice work if you can get it)
Mcgowans company Hawkhead Developments received maintenance costs of £6,600 (If I've misinterpreted these last 2 payments please correct me)
New director S Zengin has made 2 sponsorship payments to the club via his companies Active Access and ZLG of £16,265 and £8,300. So for a total of £25,565 you get to sponsor accies shirt plus trackside advertising. Not a huge amount by any means.
The development fee for lewis ferguson is stated as £237,950 (I don think this is included in the actual accounts?)
And finally “The club hass pending litigation claim for damages against Bluefin Insurance in regards the loss of funds as a result of the vishing scam.... This case is currently ongoing.”
So even the bank has insurers.
There is probably a lot more of significnae if you are financially inclined.https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/comp ... ng-history