The final meeting of JS Energy Pte Ltd has been scheduled to take place on 15 May, according to the company’s joint liquidators on a notice posted on Friday (14 April) on the Government Gazette.
The meeting will be held at 2.00 pm at 600 North Bridge Road, #05-01 Parkview Square, Singapore 188778.
The meeting is being held for the purpose of having an account laid before the members and creditors showing the manner in which the winding up has been conducted and the property of the company disposed of and of hearing any explanation that may be given by the Liquidators.
The details of the liquidators are as follows:
Khor Boon Hong
C/o Baker Tilly
600 North Bridge Road
#05-01 Parkview Square
Note: Proxies to be used at the meeting must be lodged with the Company at 600 North Bridge Road, #05-01 Parkview Square, Singapore 188778 not less than 24 hours before the time appointed for the holding of the meeting.
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Published: 17 April, 2023
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