The winding up application of energy solutions provider Aeturnum Energy International Pte Ltd is scheduled to be heard at the High Court of Singapore in April, according to a Friday (25 March) notice on the Government Gazette.
Aeturnum Energy International (formerly known as Sugih Energy International Pte. Ltd.) and China Wanda Holding Group Co Ltd were entities affected by fraud allegations of Singapore-based Hontop Energy.
Creditors of Aeturnum Energy International are required on or before 15 April 2022 to send in their names, addresses and full particulars of their debts or claims and the names and addresses of their solicitors (if any) to the Liquidators.
If so required, the Liquidators may request the creditor to come in and prove their said debts or claims, or they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such debts are proved.
Any information that may assist the Liquidator in the investigation into the affairs of the Aeturnum Energy International and the recovery of the assets should be forwarded to the Liquidator who will preserve the confidentiality of the information given and non-disclosure of the identity of the informant.
Contact details of the Liquidator is as follows:
Mr Don M Ho, Liquidator Appointed by High Court
C/o DHA+ pac, UEN.No. 201318941R
Public Accountants & Chartered Accountants Singapore, Corporate Advisory & Recoveries
63 Market Street, #05-01A Bank of Singapore Centre, Singapore 048942
Tel: 6532 0320 Fax: 6532 0331
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Published: 28 March, 2022
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