The next round of meetings connected to the liquidation of the Garenne Group are being held in early June with any creditors invited to attend as work continues to try and salvage any money from the collapse.
As reported by Express last week, all remaining companies owned by the Group have now entered voluntary liquidation.
Those which have not been put into liquidation were sold off in management buy outs ahead of or during the initial stages of the Garenne Group's collapse.
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.
In last 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 joint liquidators KPMG. They need to hear from any potential creditors of any of the three latest bodies to enter liquidation.
Potential creditors should email GGL@kpmg.com, SIL@kpmg.com or GPUKL@kpmg.com. All creditors can then attend meetings at the KPMG offices at Glategny Esplanade, St Peter Port, on 2 June
Creditors of the Garenne Group Ltd should be there for 09:30, creditors of Shopfitting Investments Ltd should attend for 10:30 while the meeting for creditors of Garenne Property (UK) Ltd will start at 11:30.
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.
Pictured: Creditors of Rabey's Property Ltd, Garenne Property Ltd, and Carteret Development's will be given details about the process of their claims this week.
Later this week, creditors of Carterets Development Ltd, Rabey's Property Ltd and Garenne Property Ltd, will all hear details about the liquidation process of those businesses at a series of meetings.
They will also be held at the KPMG officers, at 09:30, 10:30 and 11:30 respectively on Friday 19 May.
As with the previous creditors meeting held at the end of April, the ones being held this week and next will be held behind closed doors, with only the liquidators and creditors able to enter the room.
Pictured: A previous creditors' meeting was held behind closed doors at St James. The same will happen for the next two series of scheduled meetings at the KPMG offices.
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, Hurel Ltd (formerly RG Falla), and Camerons (Jersey) are among the businesses which are going through the liquidation process currently.
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