Court debt sorted out

By David Fisher

Corrections chiefs have worked out how Blue Chip boss Mark Bryers will serve his debt to society - but are staying silent over the details.

It's taken three weeks for the department to confirm how Bryers will serve a 75-hour community service order, after he pleaded guilty to more than 30 charges of poor financial record-keeping and failing to attend a meeting with investors.

He was also fined about $38,000.

Complicating matters was the fact Bryers lives in Sydney. But probation manager Astrid Kalders said: "A plan has been agreed for him to complete his community work within the six-month period."


david.fisher@hos.co.nz

- Herald on Sunday

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