Bermuda-based Richina Pacific in provisional liquidation, gives registrar financials

Wed, 04 Dec 2013

By Paul McBeth Dec. 4 (BusinessDesk) - Richina Pacific, the parent of failed construction firm Mainzeal Property & Construction, is in provisional liquidation since quitting the NZX five years ago, and has handed over its financial statements to the Companies Registrar for the financial years leading up to its demise. The registrar was looking into the financial reporting obligations the Mainzeal and Richina group of companies, which were murky due to various amalgamations and restructures leading up to its ultimate collapse on earlier this...

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