Most people talk about Peter J. Nygård, Chairman of NYGÅRD (International), in terms of his classic rags-to-riches story – the Finnish immigrants' son, who stitched up an empire out of women's clothing and is now the quintessential self-made man. This story overlooks another side of Peter Nygård – a hard driven man who has created a standard of excellence for the Canadian Women’s Fashion Industry
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Peter Nygard, founder and owner of the global fashion
enterprise Nygard Fashions, has been a long-time resident of Lyford Cay in
Nassau, Bahamas.His Oceanside estate
has been visited often by world celebrities who have described it as one of the
most creative, beautiful mansions in the Caribbean.
Mr. Nygard has personally contributed significant funding to
both Bahamians sports and local community needs.In addition, many Bahamians have enjoyed playing sports, listening
to local musicians and socializing at Nygard’s home.
His long time love of the Bahamas and peaceful life at
Nygard Cay all changed with the strange devastating burning down of his
treasured home in 2009.This tragedy,
coupled with an escalating dispute with a neighbor, who is a powerful New York
based hedge fund king, has resulted in strained legal disputes.
Mr Nygard believes that he is being targeted by the powerful
political/environmental group ‘Save the Bay’, which is funded by this neighbor
and this group is behind the unfair civil legal action underway which has
resulted in an arrest warrant being issued again him.
Winnipeg lawyer Jay Prober, one of Nygard’s Canadian
lawyers, said the arrest warrant was “grossly unfair” and “totally
unnecessary.” He said Nygard was unable to attend Monday’s hearing in person
for medical reasons, but offered to appear by video conference.The issuance of the order showed little
Prober said Nygard’s team has already appealed the warrant,
and expects it to be quashed. “He’s not acting above the law,” he said. “He’s
acting on a basis of doctor’s recommendations that it could be fatal to him to
Mr Nygard’s health treatments are underway and despite this
latest civil legal action in the Bahamas, Nygard Fashions worldwide operations
continues with business as usual.
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