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PwC appointed Receivers to Reef Group Limited

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PwC appointed Receivers to Reef Group Limited (In Receivership)
and other associated entities


Colin McCloy and David Bridgman, Partners from PwC, today have been appointed Receivers to Reef Group Limited and other associated entities in Auckland.

Receiver Mr Colin McCloy says, “We are committed to doing the best we can for the future of the Reef Group, its shipping business and services provided in the South Pacific.

“We will work diligently with relevant parties on the possible business and assets sale of the Reef Group (In Receivership). Yet, in the meantime, it will be business as usual for its employees and contractors across the region,” adds Mr McCloy.

A dedicated page on the PwC website can be found at http://www.pwc.co.nz/reef-group. It will be updated when relevant and appropriate.
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