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Garenne collapse continues

Garenne collapse continues

Sunday 14 May 2023

Garenne collapse continues

Sunday 14 May 2023

Three more entities linked with Garenne have been placed into voluntary liquidation with creditors asked to contact the Joint Liquidators overseeing the distribution of any remaining assets.

In Friday's Gazette Officielle it was announced that Garenne Group Ltd, Garenne Property (UK) Ltd and Shopfitting Investments Ltd have all been wound up voluntarily.

Linda Johnson and Louis Leonard Gerber are acting for KPMG. They need to hear from any potential creditors of any of the three latest bodies to enter liquidation.

Garenne Group is believed to have been the overiding body for the company's UK based interests. Garenne Property (UK) Ltd and Shopfitting Investments Ltd were both based in the UK.

Potential creditors should email, or  


Pictured: The former-Garenne website used to list its business interests. The website has been taken off line since the companies started entering voluntary liquidation.

Some of the businesses formerly under the Garenne umbrella split from the group prior to the liquidation processes being instigated, with Geomarine being sold through a management buy-out in January.

AFM and Granite Le Pelley followed in April.

Rabeys Garage, Rabeys Property, Hurel Ltd (formerly RG Falla), Camerons (Jersey), Carterets Development Ltd, and Garenne Property Ltd are among the businesses which are going through the liquidation process currently.


Further creditor meetings planned

Stuart Falla resigns

Rabeys stock goes to auction

Creditors of collapsed former Garenne firm to meet 

Date set for Garenne Group creditors

Garenne Group going into liquidation

Rabeys Garage going into liquidation – 27 made redundant

AFM confirms split from Garenne

Granite Le Pelley saved by Guernsey bosses

Geomarine buy-out completed

R.G. Falla Ltd in liquidation

Garenne Group Chairman resigns

Major building contractor Camerons stops trading with immediate effect

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