A creditors’ meeting for Xihe Capital (Pte.) Ltd. is scheduled to take place on Friday (19 November) by way of video conference via Zoom at 4:00 p.m., according to a Thursday (11 November) notice posted on the Government Gazette.
Further, creditors’ meetings for others will also take place for the following related companies: An Chiau Shipping Pte. Ltd., An Wei Shipping Pte. Ltd, Da Hui Shipping, Nan Guang Maritime (Pte) Ltd, Nan Jin Maritime (Pte.) Ltd. on the same day at different timings.
The agenda of the meetings are as follows:
Creditors are reminded of their rights under sections 165(2)(d) and 165(5) of the Insolvency, Restructuring and Dissolution Act 2018 (No. 40 of 2018) to:
Attendance by video conference
The Meeting will be conducted electronically via the Zoom platform, pursuant to the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) (Alternative Arrangements for Meetings (Corporate Insolvency) Order 2020.
Creditors may only attend to the Creditors’ Meeting by way of video conference via Zoom by lodging a duly completed registration form(s) via email @ firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com no later than 4:00 pm on Wednesday (17 November).
Creditors may send any questions or other substantial and relevant matters that the creditors wish to raise at the Creditors’ Meeting by way of email to the above email addresses by 4pm, 17 November 2021.
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Published: 12 November, 2021
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