Several notices were published on the Government Gazette on Friday (31 March) regarding the first annual meetings of creditors and contributories for Singapore-based Star Cruise Travel Service Pte.Ltd., CruiseGlobal Pte. Ltd., Star Cruise Pte. Ltd., and Star Cruises Singapore Investment Holding Pte. Ltd. and Star Resort Management Services Pte. Ltd.
The meetings will be held via video conference on 25 to 26 April 2023 for the purposes of:
The timings of the meetings are as follows:
Hong Kong-listed Genting Hong Kong, formerly known as Star Cruises Limited, which underwent financial troubles during the beginning of 2022 is the parent company of CruiseGlobal Pte. Ltd., Star Cruise Pte. Ltd., and Star Cruises Singapore Investment Holding Pte. Ltd.
Lim Kok Thay, the former chairman and CEO of Genting Hong Kong, has established a new cruise company called Resorts World Cruises at Singapore in March 2022.
Note: Forms of general and special proxies are enclosed herewith. Proxies to be used at the meeting must be lodged not later than 4.00 pm (Singapore time) on 24 April 2023 by way of email to [email protected].
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Published: 3 April, 2023
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