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Failed company linked to David Henry owes creditors $1.5m

FFPG Holdings was directed by an employee of well-known lawyer, Brian Henry, whose son David started NZ Future Forest Products.

NZFFP had plans for a modular engineered wood construction system. Source: Previous NZFFP website.

A failed holding company linked to David Henry’s now-defunct NZ Future Forest Products, owes creditors more than $1.5m, according to the first liquidators report.

FFPG Holdings was placed into liquidation on October 20 by the High Court, following an application by Panasonic Homes Co.

The company

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