Su Zhu, the co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of embattled Three Arrows Capital (3AC) has put his Singapore mansion for sale.
According to a report by Bloomberg, the mansion, categorized as a Good-Class Bungalow, one of the most luxurious homes for high networth individuals in Singapore was listed for $35 million, equivalent to the amount it was acquired for.
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The listing of the house comes as the liquidation of Three Arrows Capital is underway as ordered by a court in the British Virgin Islands. While there is no confirmation that the proposed sale of the good-class bungalow has any connection to the distressed company, chances are that the sum could be deployed to the firm whose finances are now being strained going to the ongoing crypto market onslaught.
According to the Bloomberg report, Su Zhu and his wife, Tao Yaqiong Evelyn have two of these good-class bungalows. While the first, located at Balmoral Road was purchased under a Trust last year, the second, located at Dalvey road was purchased under Tao’s name.
The distress that led Su Zhu to put up his mansion for sale is an encompassing one as 3AC which ranks as one of the biggest crypto hedge funds with over $10 billion in Assets Under Management (AUM) as of May was unable to pay its creditors.
As reported earlier by Blockchain.News, Voyager Capital issued a notice of default to the embattled company last month for a loan worth about $650 million. Other notable platforms including FTX, and BlockFi have also liquidated the hedge fund founded alongside Kyle Davies.
It is yet unclear how 3AC’s creditors will be paid, but sources close to the liquidation process pointed out that Teneo Restructuring, based in the British Virgin Islands is responsible for the liquidation, and the firm is in the stage of valuing the company’s assets. A website will be announced in a short while for creditors to make their claims, the sources say.
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