Calibre Partners the new KordaMentha NZ

Staff reporters
Wed, 01 Jul 2020

Restructuring firm KordaMentha NZ has rebranded as Calibre Partners, although it will keep ties with its Australian namesake. The firm has managed a number of high profile receiverships, including MediaWorks and Wynyard Group, and is currently overseeing the distressed sales of Claymark Products and Burger King. It’s also advised on the abandoned Abano Healthcare and Metlifecare schemes of arrangement. Calibre will retain all four partners - Grant Graham, Brendon Gibson, Neale Jackson and Natalie Burret – and staff.&n...
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