Finance

Billionaire targets NF Global for not giving millions back

Victoria Young
Sat, 17 Apr 2021

Football club owner Massimo Cellino is waiting to get his money back from a kiwi online payments firm.
Victoria Young
Sat, 17 Apr 2021
Despite enjoying the lifestyle of a billionaire, Massimo Cellino is anything but relaxed. The 64-year-old Italian, and former Leeds United Football club owner, is exasperated as he sends a letter to New Zealand. The subject: the £4.9 million (NZ$9.4m) and €620,712 (NZ$1m) he’s put in an Auckland-based firm and now wants transferred back to him. English is not his forte and this is clearly reflected in his angry email from last November.“I would like to highlight the way you operate with long times …...

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