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Before receivership, Yarrows was owned by Paul Yarrow, son of the late Noel Yarrow - whose charitable exploits reverberated through the Taranaki region. The receivership apparently occurred when Paul Yarrow declined to sign off on a recapitalisation deal involving Japanese company Sumitomo and various other Yarrows’ directors. "Then we have Trevor Perry, who describes himself as ‘an angel investor’, saying to the Westpac representative, Nick Hale: “I never thought I’d be happy to see a demand put on a company by a bank.”, “It is all on tape. “A group of individuals set out to take control of this joint venture and force Mr Yarrow out. interest. Photo / Thnkstock “A tape recording reveals the depth of this plot and what these people conspired to do,” Mr Peters said. Independent, Trustworthy New Zealand Business News. Under the protection of parliamentary privilege, Peters on Wednesday said the affair was "a story of how an Australian bank, some Ned Kellys across the Ditch and some local business people, robbed a small New Zealand town of its livelihood". He said a “conspiracy” would be revealed in the NSW Supreme Court in Sydney today. Yarrows (The Bakers) was placed in receivership last year owing $55 million to Westpac and almost $20 million to a charitable trust. Those involved included accountant Warren Duncan, Trevor Perry and Colin Pettigrew who were connected with Yarrows, and Paul Yarrow's financial adviser Michael Finnigan, Peters said. Par Bake. Unsecured creditors were owed $8.1 million across the Paul Yarrow is understood to have an Auckland address but the summons listed his whereabouts and occupation as both being unknown. “Other companies in the Yarrows Key facts For the year ended September 2020: 57,753 live births and 32,670 deaths ... More>>, Forest & Bird: Kākāpō Wins Bird Of The Year 2020, The nation has voted and Aotearoa New Zealand has a new Bird of the Year. Jan Pentecost, President of the Grey Power ... More>>, Economy: Supply Chain On Brink Of Overload Says National Road Carriers, The New Zealand supply chain is on the brink of overload and it looks like the upcoming peak imports season may push it over the edge says National Road Carriers Association (NRC) CEO David Aitken. The bulk of the baker’s debt was to Peters also named Mayo-Smith and Nick Hale from Westpac Bank. D J KING is from Manaia in NEW ZEALAND and is, or was, a director or shareholder of a New Zealand company. when Paul took John to court over a purchase price he New Zealand’s moss-colored flightless parrot has climbed to the top-spot for the second time in Forest & Bird’s annual Te Manu Rongonui o Te Tau/Bird of the Year competition. Yarrows the Bakers was founded by husband and wife Alfred and Grace Yarrow in Manaia in 1923. Paul Yarrow, who owned Manaia-based Yarrows (The Bakers) until it was placed in receivership last year, succeeded this year in getting five businessmen removed from the boards of three Australian subsidiaries which were not covered by the receivership. "That is my only focus. inter-company assets on related party debt of $52 million. receiver Brian Mayo-Smith. The New Zealand former owner of Taranaki-based baking giant Yarrows has lost his bid to retain control of the Australian arm of the business. Frozen Dough Parbake Thaw & Sell Cookies. some $15.6 million, as at May 30. In the advertisement, published in the Taranaki Daily News and The New Zealand Herald, the notice sets out the costs Yarrow must also pay as being $1988 for the judgement costs, $500 for filing a summons and a $150 fee for the serving of the summons. The sale agreement includes the New Zealand operations at Manaia and the business and assets of Giles Bakery, based in Rotorua which is not in receivership. 8 Commerce Street Paul Yarrow told the Herald he remained committed to getting Yarrows back. Yarrows (The Bakers) 2011; is owned by John and Rosaleen Yarrow. Prior to this conspiracy Westpac was on the verge of getting 90% of its money within weeks. 100 kept their jobs at the Manaia plant near Stratford, to Foods held inter-company assets worth $40.6 million and owed At Yarrows, we have a long standing history of blending the latest technologies with traditional bread making methods. In parliament Mr Peters said Yarrows bakery in Manaia, Taranaki, went into receivership when it was valued at $100 million and sole shareholder Paul Yarrow had just secured an international joint venture worth $200 million over ten years. Some 45 employees lost their jobs in a post-receivership restructuring, but another 100 kept their jobs at the Manaia plant near Stratford, to allow the business to trade on, attracting what BDO said in August was “considerable interest.” The Australian business is now caught up in a legal battle, as revealed by NBR last week, and is a prequel to another case scheduled to be heard in the High Court of New Plymouth - between Mr Yarrow and his former financial advisor Michael Finnigan.