The two co-founders of American investment firm 777 Partners, Bonza Airlines parent company, have resigned from the board amidst further issues and allegations surrounding the organisation. The resignations were confirmed around the time that video emerged of a plane leased to Bonza Airlines returning to its lessor– with two other planes owned leased to the company already having departed. Various news outlets including The Financial Times (FT) are reporting that 777 Partners co-founders Josh Wander and Steven Pasko have stepped back from their roles as managing partners, with B. Riley Advisory Service’s co-chief executive Ian Ratner and senior managing director

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