Maclean Computing boss: bank blocked business lifeline

Allan Maclean, the owner of liquidated Maclean Computing, says he wanted his house sale proceeds injected into the ailing business – but was blocked by the bank.

The Auckland IT company, which employs 50 staff, went into liquidation on July 13, leaving more than $3 million of debts.

Four days later, liquidator Waterstone Insolvency sold the company's assets to phoenix company Maclean Technology for an undisclosed sum.


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