Court approves issuance of subpoenas to 3AC co-founders
Co-founders Su Zhu and Kyle Davis are expected to disclose all financial information related to the bankrupt Three Arrows Capital within 14 days.
Liquidators of Three Arrows Capital (3AC) have received approval to issue a subpoena to co-founders Su Zhu and Kyle Davis.
A subpoena is an order issued by the court to have the recipient testify and provide documents needed in a legal proceeding.
Since Three Arrows Capital filed for bankruptcy on July 1, Su Zhu and Kyle Davis have allegedly been on the run and evaded every attempt to provide details of the financial dealings of their hedge fund.
However, a U.S. bankruptcy court has approved a request to issue a subpoena for the 3AC founders. Zhu and Davis have been mandated to turn over and disclose all financial information related to 3AC to approved liquidators within 14 days, effective from Dec. 6, 2022.
Kyle Davis blames FTX for the 3AC collapse
3AC co-founders Zhu and Davis failed to disclose their location and disconnected from mainstream media since their hedge fund collapsed.
However, after the recent FTX implosion, Zhu resurfaced in the public eye. In an interview with CNBC, Davis said that Sam Bankman-Fried’s FTX was behind the 3AC bankruptcy.
He claimed that FTX counter-traded 3AC’s position, which triggered stop losses and led to liquidation of its assets.