Halifax Investment Services Pty Ltd (In Liquidation)
Morgan Kelly, Stewart McCallum and Phil Quinlan were appointed Administrators of the Company on 23 November 2018 pursuant to Section 436A of the Corporation Act 2001 (Act).
At the second meeting of creditors held on 20 March 2019, creditors resolved that the Company be wound up pursuant to Section 439C(c) of the Corporations Act 2001 and that the Administrators be appointed as Liquidators of the Company.
Extension of the convening period
As foreshadowed at the first meeting of creditors and having regard to the complexities associated with this matter, an extension of the convening period for the second meeting of creditors for the Company was granted by the Federal Court of Australia on 12 December 2018. The effect of this is that the second meeting of creditors must be convened by 29 March 2019 and will be held on or before 5 April 2019.
A copy of the sealed order and a circular to creditors providing further information have also been posted to the Ferrier Hodgson website and may be accessed via the hyperlinks below.
Update to investors
The most recent circular to creditors is available for download at the following link: Circular to creditors – 17 April 2019
The most recent creditor frequently asked questions is available for download at the following link: Investors - FAQ - 17 April 2019
Investor and creditor queries can be directed to Link Market Services on 1300 910 051 (within Australia) or by email: email@example.com or +61 1300 910 051 (if overseas).
Voluntary Administrator’s Report
The Voluntary Administrator’s Report (Administrators Report) pursuant to Insolvency Practice Rules (Corporations) 2016 75-225 and Section 438A of the Corporations Act 2001 is now available for download at the following link:https://www.ferrierhodgson.com/au/-/media/ferrier/files/documents/corp-recovery-matters/halifax-investment-services/voluntary-administrators-report--12-march-2019.pdf
The purpose of the Administrators Report is to table the findings of our investigations of the Company’s business, property, affairs and financial circumstances, as well as our opinion on the options available to creditors in deciding the future of the Company at the Second Meeting of Creditors.