|Date published||18 February 2021|
|Reference||Notice of intended merger pursuant to Article 127FC of the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991 (as amended)|
In accordance with Article 127FC of the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991 (as amended) (the "Law"), NOTICE is hereby given that Ocorian Secretaries (Capco) Limited, a Jersey registered company with registration number 91279 (the "Company") intends to merge, pursuant to Part 18B of the Law, with Ocorian Secretaries (Jersey) Limited, a Jersey registered company with registration number 4704 (the "Survivor") (the "Merger").
Following the Merger, pursuant to the Law, the Survivor will continue as the survivor company, the Company will cease to exist and all rights and liabilities of the Company will accrue to the Survivor.
Any creditor of the Company that objects to the Merger may under Article 127FE(2)(a) of the Law give notice of that objection to the Company within 21 days of the date of publication of this notice.
A creditor who gives such notice of objection, and whose claim against the Company is not then discharged, may within 21 days of the date of the notice of objection apply to the Royal Court of Jersey for an order restraining the Merger. In accordance with Article 127FC(4)(b) of the Law, any creditor of the Company may require the Company to notify such creditor if any other creditor of the Company makes such an application.
The special resolution passed by the Company under Article 127FA of the Law is available from the Company to creditors of the Company on request and free of charge pursuant to Article 127FC(2)(b) of the Law.
Any creditor of the Company wishing to contact the Company in relation to the Merger should write to Eric Anliker as Group General Counsel at 26 New Street, St Helier, Jersey, JE2 3RA.