Polly Peck administrators don’t expect to become embroiled in the return of
Asil Nadir to UK shores.
PwC’s Tony Kett, joint administrator of Polly Peck International, said
Nadir’s return was not expected to have any direct implications for the
“The administrators do not anticipate having any involvement with his
criminal prosecution which is an entirely separate matter from the
Kett expects a final dividend will be paid to creditors during the course of
Administrators from Coopers & Lybrand and its incorporated insolvency
practice Cork Gully were appointed in October 1990 to Polly Peck. The collapsed
business had around £1.2bn in debts at the time.
Two administrators, Richard Stone and Michael Jordan, were found guilty of
misconduct by the ICAEW over conflicts of interest issues.
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