Geneva Finance’s moratorium repayment of $4.9 million, due on September 30, will be paid on May 8, 22 weeks ahead of schedule, the NZAX-listed vehicle loan provider said.
The September 2010, March 2011, September 2011, March 2012 , September 2012 and March 2013 scheduled debenture principal repayments were also all paid early.
Including this payment, Geneva has repaid more than $144 million of investor principal and interest payments since the company entered moratorium in November 2007, owing $132.4 million to investors.
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