The final meeting of Singapore-based Xihe Investment Pte Ltd is scheduled to take place during 1000 hours on 22 August at 7 Straits View, Marina One East Tower, Level 12, Singapore 018936, according to a Thursday (21 July) notice on the Government Gazette.
The purpose of the meeting will be: “To receive an account from the Liquidators showing the manner in which the winding-up has been conducted and of hearing any explanation that may be given by the Liquidators.”
In April 2021, the liquidators of Xihe Investment decided to voluntarily wind up the company following the collapse of parent company Hin Leong Trading.
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