The strike-off notice filed against Fluid Trust plc last month, after it failed to file annual accounts on time, has been suspended.
The most likely reason for the notice being suspended is an objection from a creditor or HMRC.
Fluid Trust plc remains overdue with its November 2019 accounts (a criminal offence) and Companies House may resume the striking off process if this continues.
Ajaz Shah, owner of the unregulated investment scheme Fortitude Capital, has been arrested in Italy and accused of a vicious campaign of violence and abuse against his ex girlfriend.
As reported by the Daily Mail:
A millionaire City trader has been placed under house arrest in Italy after a court heard he had allegedly beat up his ex-girlfriend and threatened to burn down her home by setting his Lamborghini sports car on fire.
Ajaz Shah Hussain was held by police in the Italian resort town of Rimini after also allegedly threatening to release a sex tape he had made with her, according to authorities.
The Buy2Letcars group of companies, consisting of Buy 2 Let Cars Limited (which borrows money from investors promising returns of up to 11% per year), Wheels 4 Sure (which uses the money to lease cars) and Raedex Consortium Limited (parent holding company) have all filed their accounts for the year ending December 2019.
The accounts have been filed using small company exemptions and did not include profit and loss accounts, and were unaudited. They therefore contain limited information.
What little we do know includes that the overall group has continued to lose money (as it did in 2018 and 2017). Raedex Limited shows net liabilities expanding from £9.5 million in 2018 to £10.9 million in 2019, while the "retained profits" line fell from minus £14.1 million to minus £18.1 million (suggesting losses of around £4 million over the year).
Shortly after the release of the Gloster report into the FCA's failings over London Capital & Finance, the Treasury announced that it would announce a scheme to compensate London Capital & Finance bondholders... maybe.
Taking into account the various channels through which people affected can seek compensation, the government will… set up a scheme to assess whether there is a justification for further one-off compensation payments in certain circumstances for some LCF bondholders.John Glen, Economic Secretary to the Treasury
"Various channels" is a reference to the essentially random basis on which the Government has paid out compensation to LCF investors so far.
Strike-off notices against LP Bonds plc (formerly London Property Bonds) and Bentley Global, reported here in mid-November, have been suspended by Companies House, due to objections being submitted.
The UK arm of Ponzi scheme Imperial Investments, Investments Imperial Limited, has been issued with a strike-off notice by Companies House after failing to file up to date details of its ownership.
Imperial Investments is run by convicted drug dealer and electricity thief Scott Wood and insomniac former soldier Dan Pugh, and claims to pay a return of 350% per year.
Fluid Trust plc has been issued with a strike-off notice by Companies House after failing to file up to date annual accounts since September 2020.
Unless the company files its accounts, or a creditor or other third party successfully objects to the striking-off, Fluid Trust plc will be removed from the register and all its assets will become legally property of the Government (though this can be reversed).
Minerva Lending plc has been in default of series C1 and series C2 loans owed to its investors since July 2020, according to reports filed with the Irish Stock Exchange. The bonds were repayable this year.
As stated in the prior announcement, the cause of the delay is that the underlying borrowers have failed to repay loans due for repayment on 30 June 2020.
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A year and three months after it fell overdue with filing its November 2018 accounts, LP Binds plc (formerly London Property Bonds) has been issued with a strike-off notice by Companies House.
If the company continues to fail to meet its legal obligations and there are no objections, the company will be struck off the register and all its assets will be forfeited to the Government.