Three notices were published in the Government Gazette on Monday (11 January) regarding the winding up process of International Energy Group Pte Ltd.
In the first notice, the company’s Director, Goh Kok Liang, declared on Tuesday (5 January) that International Energy Group (IEG) can no longer continue its business due to its liabilities and proceeded to summon a creditors’ meeting within a month of the declaration.
The second notice was regarding the appointment of Messrs Kon Yin Tong and Aw Eng Hai of Foo Kon Tan LLP as the company’s joint liquidators through a resolution passed by the directors of IEG.
In the third notice, the Director announced a creditors’ meeting has been scheduled to be held electronically on Monday (1 February) at 10.30 am for the following purposes:
It should be noted that proxies to be used at the meeting must be lodged with the company at the address of the appointed liquidators at least 48 hours before the time appointed for the meeting.
The contact details for the appointed liquidators are as follows:
Foo Kon Tan LLP
24 Raffles Place,
#07-03 Clifford Centre,
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Published: 12 January, 2021
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