Singapore-based Xihe Investment held an Extraordinary General Meeting at its office on 23 April and it was resolved during the meeting that the company will be wound up voluntarily, according to its post on the Government Gazette on Monday (3 May).
“In accordance with the provisions of the Company’s Constitution, the Liquidators be and are hereby authorised to distribute in specie all or any part of the assets of the Company remaining after satisfaction of all debts and liabilities,” it states.
Creditors are required on or before the 4th day of June 2021, to send in their names and addresses, with particulars of their debts or claims and the names and addresses of their solicitors (if any) to Xihe Investment’s appointed liquidators.
Messrs Goh Thien Phong and Chan Kheng Tek, c/o 7 Straits View Marina One East Tower Level 12 Singapore 018936, have been appointed as liquidators of the company.
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Published: 4 May, 2021
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