Property developer Daniel Grollo has apologised to creditors for “having to go through” the administration of 88 companies, but he avoided giving further details about $90 million in related Grocon company loans.
Companies and individuals, owed about $100 million, will have to wait another 10 days for a decision on the collapsed group’s future after Tuesday’s creditors’ meeting was adjourned.
Dozens of the wealthy property developer’s companies were tipped into administration earlier this year, a situation Mr Grollo blames on a $270 million legal dispute with Infrastructure NSW over the Central Barangaroo development in Sydney. Read more…..
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