Blue Chip's Bryers banned from managing NZ firms for 7 more years, bankruptcy lifted

Fri, 06 Mar 2015

By Paul McBeth March 6 (BusinessDesk) - Former Blue Chip boss Mark Bryers has been discharged from his five-and-a-half year bankruptcy, though he's banned from acting as a manager or director in New Zealand for another seven years because of the risk he poses to the public. In the High Court in Auckland, Associate Judge Jeremy Doogue today lifted the long-running bankruptcy order hanging over Bryers' head, that prevented him from holding director or management roles in Australia, where he's lived since 2006. The judge decided Bryers still...

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