Marley in bid to avoid bankruptcy over €1m Maven debt
The businessman told The Sunday Business Post this weekend that he hopes to avoid going bankrupt by working with a personal insolvency practitioner to look into a debt settlement agreement
Philip Marley, the colourful businessman, is facing bankruptcy proceedings after one of his creditors, Maven Capital Partners, moved against him last week.
Marley, however, told The Sunday Business Post this weekend that he hopes to avoid going bankrupt by working with a personal insolvency practitioner to look into a debt settlement agreement. He owes Maven over €1 million, which relates to his controversial time as chief executive of a British-based student accommodation business called Space.
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