The liquidator of Singapore-based defunct maritime company Kent Shipping Pte Ltd on 11 May published a note on the Government Gazette informing creditors of an upcoming meeting.
The creditors meeting is scheduled to take place via Zoom on the 20th day of May 2021 at 2.00 p.m.
The agenda of the meeting is as follows:
A note issued by the liquidator to creditors regarding attendance by video conference as is follows:
In compliance with the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act 2020, the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) (Alternative Arrangements for Meetings) (Corporate Insolvency) Order 2020 and the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) (Alternative Arrangements for Meetings) (Corporate Insolvency) (Amendment) Order 2020, creditors may only attend the above meeting by way of video conference via Zoom by submitting a General Proxy or Special Proxy form and including the details of one attendee to us by way of email to [email protected] and [email protected] by 12.00 p.m. on 19 May 2021.
If you are appointing the Liquidator as your proxy, please submit your Special Proxy form with your vote(s) indicated in relation to the proposed resolution(s) (if any), by 12.00 p.m. on 19 May 2021.
Creditors may send any questions or other substantial and relevant matters that the creditors wish to raise at the meeting by way of email to the above email addresses by 19 May 2021.
To entitle you to vote thereat, your proof must be lodged with the Liquidator no later than 12.00 p.m. on 19 May 2021, if you have not submitted your proof to the Liquidator earlier.
Contact details of the liquidator are below:
Gary Loh Weng Fatt
c/o 600 North Bridge Road
#23-01 Parkview Square
Photo credit: Drew Beamer
Published: 12 May, 2021
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