Notices were published on the Government Gazette on Wednesday (19 May) regarding the appointment of provisional liquidators and scheduled credit meetings for several Xihe Holdings subsidiaries.
Directors of the following companies on 6 May declared the entities were unable to continue business due to their liabilities. The firms are:
Due to the development, Paresh Jotangia and Ho May Kee of Grant Thornton Singapore Private Limited c/o 8 Marina View, #40-04/05 Asia Square Tower 1, Singapore 018960 have been appointed joint and several provisional liquidators of the abovenamed companies on 6 May.
An electronic meeting of creditors of the companies will be held on 3 June 2021 for the purpose of the following:
A copy of the detailed agenda for the meeting of creditors of various firms has been circulated to all known creditors via registered post and email.
Any creditor of the companies who has not received the detailed agenda by 3 June is invited to contact the Company’s representatives at Ms. Gwee Hui Fang ([email protected]) and Ms. Yuen Wong ([email protected]) where upon satisfactory verification, a copy of the detailed agenda will be provided.
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