Halifax New Zealand Limited (In Liquidation) (the Company)
Morgan Kelly, Stewart McCallum and Phil Quinlan were appointed Administrators of the Company on 27 November 2018 pursuant to the Companies Act 1993 (Act). On 9 May 2019, Stewart McCallum retired as liquidator.
At the watershed meeting held on 22 March 2019, creditors resolved that the Company be wound up pursuant to Section 239ABA of the Companies Act 1993 and that the Administrators be appointed as Liquidators of the Company.
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Halifax New Zealand Limited (in Liquidation) (the Company)
(New Zealand Company Number 2130897)
Notice inviting responses from investors
The Liquidators issued an important Investor Notice on 15 November 2019 outlining the next steps in the Court applications in both Australia and New Zealand. The Investor Notice dated 15 November 2019 invites investors to return questionnaires to the Liquidators outlining their views by 4pm NZDT / 2pm AEDT on 6 December 2019. These responses will then be reviewed by the Liquidators and provided to the Courts at the appropriate time.
The Liquidators encourage all investors to read the below Investor Notice dated 15 November 2019 carefully.
Disclaimer: Please note, the information in the documents below are for general information only, current at the time of publication, and should not be considered as a comprehensive statement on any matter, taken as constituting professional advice or be construed as a recommendation to take or not to take any action. While KPMG and the Liquidators of Halifax Investment Services Pty Limited (In Liquidation) and Halifax New Zealand Limited (In Liquidation) have taken all reasonable care to ensure that the information contained within the pages of this communication is accurate and current as at the date of issue, errors or omissions may occur due to circumstances outside our control. You should consider seeking independent legal, financial, taxation or other advice to check how the information in these communications relates to my unique circumstances.