A medical and surgical equipment company, which featured in an RTÉ Investigates programme in 2015 about alleged breaches of hospital procurement procedures, has made the biggest settlement on the latest tax defaulters' list.

Eurosurgical Limited, which is now in liquidation and with an address at Beaumont Avenue, Churchtown in Dublin 14, made a settlement of €12,399,557 for under declaration of Corporation Tax, PAYE, PRSI, USC and VAT with Revenue.

Almost €11m of this has yet to be paid. 

The RTÉ programme revealed that some senior members of hospital staff were in receipt of expensive holidays and gifts from the supplier, in breach of their rules of employment.

Meanwhile, tax and financial consultants, company directors, restaurateurs and landlords are included in the latest list of tax defaulters from Revenue, which covers the three months from January to March.

Revenue today published 62 tax settlements, which came to a total of €21.13m. 

It said that 16 cases were for amounts exceeding €100,000, of which four exceeded €500,000 and two exceeded €1m.

Other settlement cases included that of property developer Lurganmore Limited, of Lower Mount Street in Dublin, which settled for €2.234m for under-declaration of VAT. More than €1m of this has yet to be paid.

Courier company owner Fiona Callaghan, from 49 Radharc na hAbhainn in Coolaney, Co Sligo also made a settlement of €809,172 with Revenue for under-declaration of income tax, PAYE, PRSI, USC and VAT.

Tax consultant Alan Gerard Moore, with an address 220 The Capel Building, Mary's Abbey, in Dublin 7 also made a settlement of €50,636 for under-declaration of income tax and VAT.