Investors in the dark as Maui continues to sell down

Investors in the dark as Maui continues to sell down
Maui Capital's Paul Chrystall. (Image: Supplied)
Victoria Young
Maui Capital has provided a quarterly update for its Indigo and Aqua funds but has deferred valuing its assets as it works through sale plans.The fund valuation for Aqua remains at 43 cents per fund share, while Indigo is valued at 24c per fund share, having dropped 1c after distribution to creditors.Aqua was launched in 2008 and Indigo in 2012, but its creator Paul Chrystall told investors in 2022 that it would wind down after a plan to reset failed.High net-worth individuals signed up for the funds – advertised at $1 a share &ndash...

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