“GNK Syndrome” strikes again: NZ Companies Office records reveal that Tern Marine NZ & Trident Cycles NZ are technically insolvent.

Wow. Just wow.

Readers would have heard the term “GNK Syndrome” over the years that this website has been live.

GNK Syndrome is where a business, agency, or individual engages Grant King in some manner, and the business, agency, or individual promptly loses money or assets (or both – actually, usually both).

A cursory review of the GNK Offender Timeline gives some stunning examples of this chronic, no-cure condition, and we now have another two companies to add to the list that have seemingly “done its shirt”, only this time it’s a Chinese-based company, Pang Tong Investments, trading as Pang Bei Shanghai, and the listed overseas Directors of Tern Marine NZ ( – take a look at this financial statement of accounts:

https://www.business.govt.nz/companies/app/service/services/documents/F59E2C53D7E7ABBC3B974187A4077F42

Tern Marine Financial Statements as at March 2014

For years, Grant King has passed himself off as some “Super Salesman” – the figures in the above financial statement show otherwise.

Maths is such a  pure language 🙂

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