Brent King to run first finance company since Dorchester exit as General Finance changes hands

Jonathan Underhill
Thu, 28 Dec 2017

By Jonathan Underhill Dec. 28 (BusinessDesk) - Brent King is in charge of his first finance company since exiting Dorchester Pacific in 2006 after a group of investors including King, Malaysia-based Rewi Bugo, investment banker Marvin Lee and the Business Bakery's Grant Baker and Stephen Sinclair bought small non-bank home lender General Finance. The investors, through Corporate Holdings Ltd, acquired General Finance on Dec. 17 from parties associated with James Lockie and William Cairns in a transaction that had been inked a year earlier...

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