Published on October 2, 2020
IN THE MATTER OF
THE COMPANIES ACT 2014 AND THE IRISH COLLECTIVE
ASSET-MANAGEMENT VEHICLES ACT 2015
AND IN THE MATTER OF
M17 CAPITAL MANAGEMENT ICAV
(In Voluntary Liquidation)
Notice is hereby given that by way of written resolution of the
membership of the above named ICAV, the following resolutions were
passed on 25 September 2020:
1. That the ICAV be wound up voluntarily as a members’
2. That Aengus Burns of Grant Thornton, Merchants Square,
Merchants Road, Galway, be appointed as liquidator (the
“Liquidator”) for the purposes of winding up the ICAV.
3. That the Directors be and are hereby authorised to do all things
necessary in connection with the wind up and liquidation
of the ICAV which the Liquidator in his sole discretion
deems appropriate including but not limited to the signing
of the ICAV’s termination audited financial statements and
the making of the application for revocation of the ICAV’s
regulatory authorisation to the Central Bank.
4. That the Liquidator be and is hereby authorised to divide
among the members in specie or kind the whole or any part of
the assets of the ICAV (whether they shall consist of property
of the same kind or not) and for such purpose to set such value
as he deems fair upon any property to be divided as aforesaid
and to determine how such division should be carried out as
between the members and to make such interim distribution to
the members as he sees fit.
Signed: AENGUS BURNS,
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