Lamp enters liquidation following Supreme Court decision


Lamp Insurance’s liquidation application was accepted by the Supreme Court of Gibraltar on 31 May.

The court has appointed an Official Receiver as liquidator of the company.

In turn, the Official Receiver has enlisted the services of Grant Thornton Limited’s Gibraltar office to “advise and assist on matters relating to the operation and conduct of the liquidation”.

It was first reported that Lamp was in trouble in May with the business being declared insolvent and unable to pay claims. 


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