Ms Huberman’s business interests include fashion design, writing and acting.
She established the company just over three years ago in order to capitalise on her increased earning power.
As of the end of its last financial year — the 12 months to the end of last August — ASM Entertainment had a cash pile of €123,757 and accumulated profits of €104,187.
However, profits last year fell 75% from €83,224 to €20,963.
Ms Huberman is listed as one of two directors of the firm; the other being her father.
The accounts show that combined directors’ pay, in the last financial year, totalled €100,476.
The accounts count ASM’s interests as being in the areas of media and the arts.
However, it has also profited from a deal with Co Monaghan shoe firm Buddha Brand.
Sales of its women’s footwear sub-brand, ‘Bourbon: the Amy Huberman Collection’, designed by Ms Huberman, delivered 18% of ASM’s revenues in its last financial year.
Companies Office documents show the combined profits of the main firms owned by Ms Huberman and her husband, former rugby international Brian O’Driscoll, total €3.7m.