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Notice 1

Published on February 4, 2020

This notice is about MARTINSURANCE DESIGNATED ACTIVITY COMPANY and appears in Number 10 of the 2020 edition of Iris Oifigiúil, published by the Commissioners of Public Works in Ireland.

Notice text:

THE HIGH COURT
COMMERCIAL
2019 Record No. 329 COS
IN THE MATTER OF
MARTINSURANCE DESIGNATED ACTIVITY COMPANY
AND IN THE MATTER OF
WHITE ROCK INSURANCE (EUROPE) PCC LIMITED IN
RESPECT OF CELL A45
AND IN THE MATTER OF
THE ASSURANCE COMPANIES ACT 1909
AND THE INSURANCE ACT 1989
AND IN THE MATTER OF
THE EUROPEAN UNION (INSURANCE AND REINSURANCE)
REGULATIONS 2015
NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE that by Order dated 23 January 2020 made pursuant
to Section 13 of the Assurance Companies Act 1909, Section 36 of
the Insurance Act 1989 and Regulation 41 of the European Union
(Insurance and Reinsurance) Regulations 2015, the High Court of
Ireland sanctioned a scheme of transfer (the “Scheme”) in connection
with the transfer by Martinsurance Designated Activity Company
(“Martinsurance”) having its registered office in Ireland at the Third
Floor of The Metropolitan Building, James Joyce Street, Dublin 1, of
the Portfolio of Insurance (as defined in the Scheme), which includes
the Transferring Policies, Transferring Contracts, Transferring Assets,
the Records and Transferring Liabilities (each as defined in the Scheme)
to White Rock Insurance (Europe) Protected Cell Company Limited
having its registered office in Malta at Vision Exchange Building, Triq
it-Territorjals, Zone 1, Central Business District, Birkirkara Malta
CBD 1070, with effect from 23:59 on 31 January 2020.
4 February 2020.
White Rock Insurance (Europe) Protected Cell Company Limited,
Vision Exchange Building,
Triq it-Territorjals Zone 1,
Central Business District,
Birkirkara Malta CBD 1070.
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Company Details

MARTINSURANCE DESIGNATED ACTIVITY COMPANY

Jurisdiction: Ireland

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