John Edward Clancy, sole director of three building companies recently put into liquidation, has readily accessed the Companies Office website as “Presenter” and ‘authorised’ the record of a transfer of all the 80 shares listed as owned by “FJ40 Trust” in OJJ Christchurch Central Ltd – into the ownership of Riani Suhandi. These shares – 20% of the company – were “owned” by a “Trust” with no trustees names ever having been recorded against the shareholding record – a clear breach of the Companies Act 1993 by Clancy. [Read more…]
John Edward Clancy, Graham Dennis Hewer and Derby Grey Ltd (In Liquidation):
John Edward Clancy – Company Director
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Global Developments (NZ) Ltd (now called Derby Grey Ltd) of which John Edward Clancy was the sole founding director and joint owner along with his family trust – FJ40 Trust – of which he is the sole trustee; was put into liquidation on 20 October 2014 with liabilities of about one million dollars according to the liquidator’s reports. Six days prior to his departure as director, “Graham Hewer” was appointed by Clancy as director – effective 14 October 2014. “Graham Hewer” remained the sole director following the departure of Clancy, up until the day the company was put into liquidation.
On the same day Hewer became a new director, 14 October 2014, the company’s accountant Richard Somerville of Walker Townsend Ltd, filed a document with the Companies Office recording that all Derby Grey shares, held jointly by FJ40 Trustees Ltd/John Clancy (i.e. The “FJ40 Trust” set up by Somerville for Clancy, of which Clancy was the sole trustee), had been transferred to Mr Hewer (held as an individual). Hewer remained sole company shareholder up until the day the company was put into liquidation.
What is the relationship between company directors “Graham Hewer” and “John Clancy”? [Read more…]