Rag ‘n’ Bone Man’s record firm had more than £5million locked in the bank, financial records show

Rag ‘n’ Bone Man’s record firm had more than £5million locked in the bank by the end of September 2020

Financial records submitted last year show that Rag ‘n’ Bone man’s record company was sat on more than £5million of assets.

According to documents filed to Companies House on December 11, 2020, Ne Oublie Ltd had as much as £5,220,00 in cash readily available both in hand and in the bank.

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the company, which translates from French to mean ‘don’t forget’, paid £276,929 in corporation tax up until September 30, 2020.

Success: Rag ‘n’ Bone Man’s record firm had more than £5million locked in the bank by the end of September 2020, financial records show

This represented more than £113,000 more in tax than was paid back in 2019 by the company. 

The Sun reports that the company earned around £1.5million in 2020. 

Despite the successes of Rag ‘n’ Bone Man’s record company, another of his firms, Ne Oublie Touring LLP saw a dip in its cash holdings, with the pandemic having put a stop to live gigs.

Financial records until March 31, 2020, showed that the company had more than £560,000 of cash, but this figure had declined to just over £35,000 by 2020.

Number one: According to documents filed to Companies House on December 11, 2020, Ne Oublie Ltd had as much as £5,220,00 in cash readily available both in hand and in the bank

Number one: According to documents filed to Companies House on December 11, 2020, Ne Oublie Ltd had as much as £5,220,00 in cash readily available both in hand and in the bank

MailOnline has approached representatives of Rag ‘n’ Bone Man for comment. 



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