Motif

ITI Trade LTD.
(In Administration Management)

Matthew Wright and Andrew Duncan were appointed as Joint Administration Managers of ITI Trade LTD. on 18 July 2022 by an order of the Royal Court of Guernsey (the “Administration Management Order”).

On 3 January 2024, Andrew Duncan resigned as Joint Administration Manager of the Company and, by an order of the Royal Court dated 2 February 2024 was formally released from office.

On 2 February 2024, Aidan Tucker of Leonard Curtis C.I. Limited was appointed as Mr. Duncan’s replacement to act alongside the Company’s continuing Administration Manager, Matthew Wright (the “Joint Administration Managers”). The Joint Administration Managers are authorised to act jointly and severally.

As a result of the Administration Management Order, the business, property and affairs of the Company are being managed by the Joint Administration Managers.

Information regarding the Administration Management of the Company will be placed on this webpage as appropriate and you should monitor this webpage for further updates.

Contact

The Joint Administration Managers will endeavour to answer your queries as soon as possible, however due to the volume and similarity of queries being received, this will be performed through updates on this website. The website will continue to be updated as further information becomes available.

Queries in respect of the Company should be sent to:

Email
ititrade@leonardcurtis.gg

Post
Leonard Curtis, Richmond House, Ann’s Place, St Peter Port, Guernsey GY1 2NU

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ITI Trade LTD. (In Administration Management) Disclaimer

The contents of this website are not intended to constitute legal or investment advice to investors, creditors or any other party. Parties are advised to seek independent legal advice in respect of their individual positions as necessary. The Joint Administration Managers accept no responsibility for unauthorised use of the information contained on this website or any consequences that may arise from such unauthorised use.