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Greek court rejects Folli's request for protection from creditors

A Greek court has rejected a request by Greek jewelry maker Folli Follie for temporary protection from its creditors before it completes a restructuring plan, a judicial source said on Monday.

Folli, whose shares have been suspended since May, said last week that management was producing a revised business plan together with Deloitte for restructuring its operations.

Prosecutor orders asset freeze in Folli Follie case

A financial prosecutor has ordered a freeze of the assets belonging to a chartered accountant of troubled Greek jewelry maker Folli Follie and those of an executive of the company's subsidiary in Hong Kong.

According to reports, prosecutor Yiannis Dragatsis ordered the freeze because the financial executive sent "falsified data from Asia" which the accountant "approved."

Court extends asset protection for Folli Follie

A Greek court on Wednesday extended an injunction protecting jewelry maker Folli Follie's assets from creditors by two months, a judicial source said.

Folli, which employs about 5,000 people worldwide, had obtained a temporary court injunction to protect its assets.

A group of creditors sought the lifting of the injunction to recoup loans.

QCM head: FFG's loan problems could mark 'beginning of the end'

News that a creditor of luxury jewelry maker Folli Follie Group has terminated its loan agreement with the company could be the beginning of the end for the troubled firm, Gabriel Grego, the head of equity fund Quintessential Capital Management (QCM), told Kathimerini on Thursday.