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Brothel encounter sees Blackbird Finance come up short

Blackbird Finance, which secures funding from Fortress Investment Group and shareholders including Sir Michael Fay and David Richwhite, has gone back to the courts in an attempt to recover funds lent to a prominent Auckland brothel.In February 2007 Blackb

Duncan Bridgeman
Mon, 27 Sep 2010

Blackbird Finance, which secures funding from Fortress Investment Group and shareholders including Sir Michael Fay and David Richwhite, has gone back to the courts in an attempt to recover funds lent to a prominent Auckland brothel.

In February 2007 Blackbird entered into a facility agreement with

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Duncan Bridgeman
Mon, 27 Sep 2010
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