AIOI NISSAY DOWA INSURANCE COMPANY OF EUROPE LIMITED

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AIOI NISSAY DOWA INSURANCE COMPANY OF EUROPE LIMITED
5TH FLOOR
11 OLD JEWRY
LONDON
EC2R 8DU
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Non-life insurance

Non-life reinsurance

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Company Registration No.:
05046406
Incorporation Date:
17 Feb 2004 (13 Years old)
Financial Year End:
31 Dec
Capital:
£183,756,916.00 on 20 Feb 2014
For period ending:
31 Dec 2014
Filed on:
5 May 2015
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Filed on:
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30 Nov 2015

LIMITED (Company No 05046406) AND IN THE MATTER OF: THE FINANCIAL SERVICES AND MARKETS ACT 2000 NOTICE of joint application pursuant to section 107 (1) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 Transfer of Insurance Business NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Company of Europe Limited (“ANDIE”) and Dowa Insurance Company (Europe) Limited (“DICEL”) jointly applied to the High Court of England and Wales on 17 November 2015, pursuant to section 107 (1) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (“FSMA”), for an Order sanctioning the transfer to ANDIE of the entirety of the insurance and reinsurance business written, assumed or acquired by DICEL and for the subsequent dissolution without winding up of DICEL. It is also intended that any reinsurance protections and guarantees attached to the business will also be transferred, pursuant to section 112 of FSMA. The business to be transferred represents all of DICEL’s insurance and reinsurance business (all categories) including all the contracts of insurance and reinsurance policies underwritten, assumed or otherwise acquired by DICEL. DICEL was incorporated on 28 November 1975 under the name of Dowa Insurance Company (U.K.) Limited and is registered with company number 1235550 and FCA registration number 202115. DICEL changed its name once with effect from 7 July 1992. For many years DICEL operated from a registered office at 9-13 Fenchurch Buildings, London EC3M 5HR. The registered office was changed to its current address at 5th Floor, 11 Old Jewry, London EC2R 8DU with effect from 27 August 2010. The business to be transferred will include DICEL’s London Market Reinsurance Business which is the subject of a proposed Scheme of Arrangement under Part 26 Companies Act 2006 in respect of which notice is being given this day that the High Court of Justice of England and Wales has directed that a Scheme Creditors Meeting of DICEL be held on 28th day January 2016 at the offices of FTI Consulting LLP, 200 Aldersgate, Aldersgate Street London EC1A 4HD commencing at 11 am (London time) to consider and, if thought fit, to approve (with or without modification) the proposed Scheme of Arrangement with its Scheme Creditors. Whilst the Scheme of Arrangement will be promoted in parallel to the insurance business transfer and it is intended that they will be heard together by the Court, they are not interdependent. DICEL’s London Market Reinsurance Business will be transferred to ANDIE (assuming the transfer scheme to be sanctioned) whether or not the Scheme of Arrangement is sanctioned. A Scheme Report on the proposed transfer scheme has been prepared by Mr Derek Newton, a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries with over 26 years’ experience and currently with the firm of actuaries Milliman. The report concludes that no policyholder will be materially adversely affected by the transfer. A copy of the full Scheme Report and a statement setting out the terms of the Transfer Scheme and containing a summary of the Scheme Report can be obtained free of charge from the Aioi web site linked from: www.aioinissaydowa.eu/en/home or, alternatively, from Toby Wooldridge at PRO Global Insurance Solutions plc, Southgate House, Southgate Street, Gloucester GL1 1UB, United Kingdom, toby.wooldridge@pro-global.com The proposed transfer will secure the continuation by or against ANDIE of any legal proceedings (pending or threatened now or in the future) by or against DICEL that relate to the transferred business. All claims currently being dealt with by or on behalf of DICEL would, after the proposed transfer, be handled by or on behalf of ANDIE including the administration of the Scheme Claims which are the subject of the proposed Scheme of Arrangement. Future claims arising under the transferred policies would be similarly dealt with by or on behalf of ANDIE. After the proposed transfer, it is proposed that DICEL will be dissolved by and subject to Order of the Court. A helpline procedure has been established for any questions in connection with the proposals, please contact Celia Stuart, Head of Compliance, T: + 44 (0) 20 7367 1016, E: celia.stuart@aioinissaydowa.eu Any person who considers that he would be adversely affected by the carrying out of the scheme is entitled to make representations and also to be heard by the Court pursuant to section 110 (b) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. Written representations to the Company should be made either directly to DICEL or ANDIE at their registered office 5th Floor, 11 Old Jewry, London EC2R 8DU (FAO: Managing Director) or to DICEL’s solicitors named below. Oral representations may be made to the Company via the helpline number given above and will be logged. Representations to the Court may be made in writing, by a legal representative with standing to be heard by the Court or by attending in person. Representations sent to DICEL or ANDIE or the Solicitors will be communicated to the Court. The application will be heard at 10.30 am on 16 March 2016 in the Companies Court, Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London WC2A 2LL. Dated 18 November 2015 CityNet Law, Solicitors, Gallery 4, 12 Leadenhall Street, London EC3V 1LP. Solicitors for DICEL IN THE COURT OF SESSION SCOTLAND No. P1074 of THE ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND PLC — and — BNP PARIBAS S.A. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, on 19 November 2015, the Court of Session in Edinburgh pronounced an order (the “Order”) under Part VII of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (the “Act”), inter alia: 1. Sanctioning, under section 111 of the Act, a banking business transfer scheme (the “Scheme”), under which certain of the assets and liabilities relating to the structured retail investor products and equity derivatives (“IPED”) business of The Royal Bank of Scotland plc (“RBS”) will be transferred to the London branch of BNP Paribas S.A. (“BNPP SA”), immediately following which the Securities Issuer Role (as defined in the Scheme) will be transferred from BNPP SA to BNP Paribas Arbitrage Issuance B.V. (“BNPP IBV”) (together, the “BNPP Entities”); 2. Transferring, under section 112(1)(a) of the Act, to BNPP SA, with effect from the “Effective Date” (expected to be 00:01hrs. on 7 December 2015), that part of the undertaking, property and liabilities to which the Scheme applies (defined in the Scheme as the “Transferring Business”), which Order shall not become effective in respect of any Residual Assets and Residual Liabilities of RBS (each as defined in the Scheme) until the relevant Subsequent Transfer Date (as defined in the Scheme); 3. Transferring, under section 112(1)(a) of the Act, to BNPP SA with effect from the Relevant Date (as defined in the Scheme) all rights, benefits, liabilities and obligations of RBS, which are respectively defined in the Scheme as the “Transferring Assets” and the “Transferring Liabilities”; and 4. Ordering, under sections 112(2)(a), 112(2)(c), 112(2A) and 112(2B) of the Act, that the transfer shall be valid and binding on all persons having an interest or right in any of the Transferring Assets or the Transferring Liabilities, notwithstanding any restriction on transferring or otherwise dealing with the same and that the transfer shall take effect as if: (a) there were no requirement to obtain the consent of any person; and (b) there were no contravention or interference with any such interest or right. BNPP SA has entered into a Deed of Guarantee in connection with the Scheme, and the BNPP Entities have entered into a Deed of Irrevocable Offer in connection with the Scheme. The Court has also accepted undertakings provided by the BNPP Entities in connection with the Scheme, in particular an undertaking provided by BNPP SA which applies to certain holders of IPED deposits and provides certain withdrawal rights, and undertakings to comply with the terms of the Deed of Guarantee and Deed of Irrevocable Offer as if they were governed by Scots law. Corporate insolvency NOTICES OF DIVIDENDS Copies of these documents and undertakings, as well as copies of a document setting out the terms of the Scheme and a summary of certain of its principal terms, are available, free of charge, at http:// investors.rbs.com/FSMA-transfer-IPED, on request by e-mailing: FSMAResponseTeamRBS@rbs.com, by contacting your regular RBS contact person or from Pieter-Reinier Maat, Global Head of IPED Client Management, The Royal Bank of Scotland, 135 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 3UR, United Kingdom. Copies of the Order are available on application to CMS Cameron McKenna LLP at the address below. Dated 19 November 2015 CMS Cameron McKenna LLP Saltire Court 20 Castle Terrace Edinburgh EH1 2EN Solicitors to The Royal Bank of Scotland plc and BNP Paribas S.A. Linklaters LLP One Silk Street London EC2Y 8HQ Solicitors to The Royal Bank of Scotland plc Jones Day 21 Tudor Street London EC4Y 0DJ Solicitors to BNPP S.A. INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF HANNOVER SE Notice is hereby given that International Insurance Company of Hannover SE (IICH) has applied to the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority, Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht, for its approval to the transfer of certain business written through its establishment in the UK to DARAG Deutsche Versicherungs- und Rückversicherungs-AG (DARAG). The transfer will take place pursuant to section 14 Versicherungsaufsichtsgesetz VAG, following which DARAG shall be solely responsible for discharging the obligations of IICH. The business to be transferred is the UK and Irish motor (own damages) and motor (third party liability) business underwritten by IICH under its former name (International Insurance Company of Hannover Limited) through XS Direct Insurance Brokers Limited in the period from 1 April 2009 to 31 December 2013. The Transfer will take effect after approval of the Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht which is expected to be near the end of 2015. DARAG will then be the contractual partner. The insurance cover will not be effected. All enquiries (including claims notifications) relating to transferring policies should be addressed in English to DARAG Deutsche Versicherungs- und Rückversicherungs-AG, Hafenstraße 32, D-22880 Wedel, Phone +49 (0) 410370160, Fax + 49 (0) 41037016179. Transferring policyholders should be aware that to the extend they are currently entitled to refer unresolved complaints to the Financial Ombudsman Service, they will continue to be able to do so after the transfer. Written representations about this matter may be sent to DARAG to arrive no later than 24 December 2015 by email to info@darag.de or by post at the following address: Hafenstraße 32, D-22880 Wedel, Germany. BRITAIN SECURITY LIMITED (IN LIQUIDATION) Trading name or style: Britain Security Limited Registered office: 1 Kings Avenue, Winchmore Hill, London N21 3NA Principal trading address: 1506-1508 Coventry Road, Equipoint Business Centre, Birmingham B25 8AD Notice is hereby given that I intend to declare a first and final dividend to unsecured creditors of the above named company within a period of two months from the last date for proving. Last date of proving: 31 December 2015 Creditors who have not already done so are required to send their proofs of debt to the Liquidator on or before the last date for proving and, if so requested, to provide further details or produce such documentary or other evidence as may appear to the Liquidator to be necessary. Any creditor who fails to prove their debt on or before the last date for proving will be excluded from the dividend. Further Details: Kerry Milsome, kerry@aljuk.com, 020 8370 7250 Ninos Koumettou, IP number: 002240, Liquidator, AlexanderLawsonJacobs, 1 Kings Avenue, Winchmore Hill, London N21 3NA. Telephone no: 0208 370 7250. Date of Appointment: 20 May 2015

30 Nov 2015

HGH (VS) LIMITED (Company Number 06407368) 8 Bradford Road, Guiseley, Leeds, LS20 8NH Pursuant to section 719 of the Companies Act 2006 (“CA 2006) HGH (VS) Limited (“Company”) hereby gives notice that: • The Company has approved, by special resolution passed on 23 November 2015, a payment out of capital for the purpose of acquiring 376 of its own A ordinary shares of £1.00 each by purchase. • The amount of the permissible capital payment (as defined in section 710 of the CA 2006) for the shares in question is £1,260,000.00. • The directors’ statements and the auditors’ reports required by section 714 of the CA 2006 are available for inspection at the Company’s registered office: 8 Bradford Road, Guiseley, Leeds, LS20 8NH. • Any creditor of the Company may at any time prior to 28 December 2015 apply to the court under section 721 of the CA 2006 for an order preventing the payment out of capital. PETITION TO RESTORE DPOSL LIMITED TO THE REGISTER On 26 November 2015, a Petition for an Order in terms of s1029 of the Companies Act 2006 that the name of DPOSL Limited (Company Number SC012461) be restored to the Register of Companies was presented to the Court of Session by Cameron Shiels, 2 Thornwood Avenue, Hawick, TD9 9RT, in which Petition Lord Woolman by Interlocutor dated 26 November 2015, granted an Order for intimation, service and advertisement of the Petition and appointed any party claiming an interest to lodge Answers thereto at the Office of Court, Court of Session, 2 Parliament Square, Edinburgh, EH1 1RQ within a reduced period of three days after such intimation, service or advertisement, all of which notice is hereby given. Brodies LLP, 2 Blythswood Square, Glasgow, G2 4AD. Solicitors for Petitioner 25 November 2015 In the HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, CHANCERY DIVISION, COMPANIES COURT Action No: CR-2015-008882 IN THE MATTER OF A JOINT APPLICATION BY DOWA INSURANCE COMPANY (EUROPE) LIMITED (Company No 01235550) AND AIOI NISSAY DOWA INSURANCE COMPANY OF EUROPE LIMITED (Company No 05046406) AND IN THE MATTER OF: THE FINANCIAL SERVICES AND MARKETS ACT 2000 NOTICE of joint application pursuant to section 107 (1) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 Transfer of Insurance Business NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Company of Europe Limited (“ANDIE”) and Dowa Insurance Company (Europe) Limited (“DICEL”) jointly applied to the High Court of England and Wales on 17 November 2015, pursuant to section 107 (1) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (“FSMA”), for an Order sanctioning the transfer to ANDIE of the entirety of the insurance and reinsurance business written, assumed or acquired by DICEL and for the subsequent dissolution without winding up of DICEL. It is also intended that any reinsurance protections and guarantees attached to the business will also be transferred, pursuant to section 112 of FSMA. The business to be transferred represents all of DICEL’s insurance and reinsurance business (all categories) including all the contracts of insurance and reinsurance policies underwritten, assumed or otherwise acquired by DICEL. DICEL was incorporated on 28 November 1975 under the name of Dowa Insurance Company (U.K.) Limited and is registered with company number 1235550 and FCA registration number 202115. DICEL changed its name once with effect from 7 July 1992. For many years DICEL operated from a registered office at 9-13 Fenchurch Buildings, London EC3M 5HR. The registered office was changed to its current address at 5th Floor, 11 Old Jewry, London EC2R 8DU with effect from 27 August 2010. The business to be transferred will include DICEL’s London Market Reinsurance Business which is the subject of a proposed Scheme of Arrangement under Part 26 Companies Act 2006 in respect of which notice is being given this day that the High Court of Justice of England and Wales has directed that a Scheme Creditors Meeting of DICEL be held on 28th day January 2016 at the offices of FTI Consulting LLP, 200 Aldersgate, Aldersgate Street London EC1A 4HD commencing at 11 am (London time) to consider and, if thought fit, to approve (with or without modification) the proposed Scheme of Arrangement with its Scheme Creditors. Whilst the Scheme of Arrangement will be promoted in parallel to the insurance business transfer and it is intended that they will be heard together by the Court, they are not interdependent. DICEL’s London Market Reinsurance Business will be transferred to ANDIE (assuming the transfer scheme to be sanctioned) whether or not the Scheme of Arrangement is sanctioned. A Scheme Report on the proposed transfer scheme has been prepared by Mr Derek Newton, a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries with over 26 years’ experience and currently with the firm of actuaries Milliman. The report concludes that no policyholder will be materially adversely affected by the transfer. A copy of the full Scheme Report and a statement setting out the terms of the Transfer Scheme and containing a summary of the Scheme Report can be obtained free of charge from the Aioi web site linked from: www.aioinissaydowa.eu/en/home or, alternatively, from Toby Wooldridge at PRO Global Insurance Solutions plc, Southgate House, Southgate Street, Gloucester GL1 1UB, United Kingdom, toby.wooldridge@pro-global.com The proposed transfer will secure the continuation by or against ANDIE of any legal proceedings (pending or threatened now or in the future) by or against DICEL that relate to the transferred business. All claims currently being dealt with by or on behalf of DICEL would, after the proposed transfer, be handled by or on behalf of ANDIE including the administration of the Scheme Claims which are the subject of the proposed Scheme of Arrangement. Future claims arising under the transferred policies would be similarly dealt with by or on behalf of ANDIE. After the proposed transfer, it is proposed that DICEL will be dissolved by and subject to Order of the Court. A helpline procedure has been established for any questions in connection with the proposals, please contact Celia Stuart, Head of Compliance, T: + 44 (0) 20 7367 1016, E: celia.stuart@aioinissaydowa.eu Any person who considers that he would be adversely affected by the carrying out of the scheme is entitled to make representations and also to be heard by the Court pursuant to section 110 (b) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. Written representations to the Company should be made either directly to DICEL or ANDIE at their registered office 5th Floor, 11 Old Jewry, London EC2R 8DU (FAO: Managing Director) or to DICEL’s solicitors named below. Oral representations may be made to the Company via the helpline number given above and will be logged. Representations to the Court may be made in writing, by a legal representative with standing to be heard by the Court or by attending in person. Representations sent to DICEL or ANDIE or the Solicitors will be communicated to the Court. The application will be heard at 10.30 am on 16 March 2016 in the Companies Court, Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London WC2A 2LL. Dated 18 November 2015 CityNet Law, Solicitors, Gallery 4, 12 Leadenhall Street, London EC3V 1LP. Solicitors for DICEL IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, CHANCERY DIVISION, COMPANIES COURT Action No: CR-2015-008882 IN THE MATTER OF A JOINT APPLICATION BY DOWA INSURANCE COMPANY (EUROPE) LIMITED (Company No 01235550) AND AIOI NISSAY DOWA INSURANCE COMPANY OF EUROPE

26 Nov 2015

TAKEOVERS, TRANSFERS & MERGERS Corporate insolvency NOTICES OF DIVIDENDS COMPANIES ACT 2006- UNREGISTERED COMPANIES Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Section 1064 and Section 1077 of the Companies Act 2006 as applied to unregistered companies by the Unregistered Companies Regulations 2009, that in respect of the undermentioned companies, documents of the following description were received by me on the dates indicated. Company Number Company Name Documen t Type Date of Receipt ZC187 SUTTON HARBOUR COMPANY Accounts 30/10/15 Tim Moss Chief Executive & Registrar of Companies Companies House, Crown Way, Cardiff CF14 3UZ IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, CHANCERY DIVISION, COMPANIES COURT Action No: CR-2015-008882 IN THE MATTER OF A JOINT APPLICATION BY DOWA INSURANCE COMPANY (EUROPE) LIMITED (Company No 01235550) AND AIOI NISSAY DOWA INSURANCE COMPANY OF EUROPE LIMITED (Company No 05046406) AND IN THE MATTER OF: THE FINANCIAL SERVICES AND MARKETS ACT 2000 NOTICE of joint application pursuant to section 107 (1) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 Transfer of Insurance Business NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance Company of Europe Limited (“ANDIE”) and Dowa Insurance Company (Europe) Limited (“DICEL”) jointly applied to the High Court of England and Wales on 17 November 2015, pursuant to section 107 (1) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (“FSMA”), for an Order sanctioning the transfer to ANDIE of the entirety of the insurance and reinsurance business written, assumed or acquired by DICEL and for the subsequent dissolution without winding up of DICEL. It is also intended that any reinsurance protections and guarantees attached to the business will also be transferred, pursuant to section 112 of FSMA. The business to be transferred represents all of DICEL’s insurance and reinsurance business (all categories) including all the contracts of insurance and reinsurance policies underwritten, assumed or otherwise acquired by DICEL. DICEL was incorporated on 28 November 1975 under the name of Dowa Insurance Company (U.K.) Limited and is registered with company number 1235550 and FCA registration number 202115. DICEL changed its name once with effect from 7 July 1992. For many years DICEL operated from a registered office at 9-13 Fenchurch Buildings, London EC3M 5HR. The registered office was changed to its current address at 5th Floor, 11 Old Jewry, London EC2R 8DU with effect from 27 August 2010. The business to be transferred will include DICEL’s London Market Reinsurance Business which is the subject of a proposed Scheme of Arrangement under Part 26 Companies Act 2006 in respect of which notice is being given this day that the High Court of Justice of England and Wales has directed that a Scheme Creditors Meeting of DICEL be held on 28th day January 2016 at the offices of FTI Consulting LLP, 200 Aldersgate, Aldersgate Street London EC1A 4HD commencing at 11 am (London time) to consider and, if thought fit, to approve (with or without modification) the proposed Scheme of Arrangement with its Scheme Creditors. Whilst the Scheme of Arrangement will be promoted in parallel to the insurance business transfer and it is intended that they will be heard together by the Court, they are not interdependent. DICEL’s London Market Reinsurance Business will be transferred to ANDIE (assuming the transfer scheme to be sanctioned) whether or not the Scheme of Arrangement is sanctioned. A Scheme Report on the proposed transfer scheme has been prepared by Mr Derek Newton, a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries with over 26 years’ experience and currently with the firm of actuaries Milliman. The report concludes that no policyholder will be materially adversely affected by the transfer. A copy of the full Scheme Report and a statement setting out the terms of the Transfer Scheme and containing a summary of the Scheme Report can be obtained free of charge from the Aioi web site linked from: www.aioinissaydowa.eu/en/home or, alternatively, from Toby Wooldridge at PRO Global Insurance Solutions plc, Southgate House, Southgate Street, Gloucester GL1 1UB, United Kingdom, toby.wooldridge@pro-global.com The proposed transfer will secure the continuation by or against ANDIE of any legal proceedings (pending or threatened now or in the future) by or against DICEL that relate to the transferred business. All claims currently being dealt with by or on behalf of DICEL would, after the proposed transfer, be handled by or on behalf of ANDIE including the administration of the Scheme Claims which are the subject of the proposed Scheme of Arrangement. Future claims arising under the transferred policies would be similarly dealt with by or on behalf of ANDIE. After the proposed transfer, it is proposed that DICEL will be dissolved by and subject to Order of the Court. A helpline procedure has been established for any questions in connection with the proposals, please contact Celia Stuart, Head of Compliance, T: + 44 (0) 20 7367 1016, E: celia.stuart@aioinissaydowa.eu Any person who considers that he would be adversely affected by the carrying out of the scheme is entitled to make representations and also to be heard by the Court pursuant to section 110 (b) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. Written representations to the Company should be made either directly to DICEL or ANDIE at their registered office 5th Floor, 11 Old Jewry, London EC2R 8DU (FAO: Managing Director) or to DICEL’s solicitors named below. Oral representations may be made to the Company via the helpline number given above and will be logged. Representations to the Court may be made in writing, by a legal representative with standing to be heard by the Court or by attending in person. Representations sent to DICEL or ANDIE or the Solicitors will be communicated to the Court. The application will be heard at 10.30 am on 16 March 2016 in the Companies Court, Royal Courts of Justice, Strand, London WC2A 2LL. Dated 18 November 2015 CityNet Law, Solicitors, Gallery 4, 12 Leadenhall Street, London EC3V 1LP. Solicitors for DICEL

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Harry Driver
28 Jun 2011 ⇒ Present ( 6 Years ) Director
Ronald Iles
30 Nov 2004 ⇒ Present ( 12 Years ) Director
Michael Kainzbauer
5 Apr 2007 ⇒ Present ( 10 Years ) Director
Celia Stuart
19 Oct 2010 ⇒ Present ( 7 Years ) Company Secretary
Michael Swanborough
5 Apr 2007 ⇒ Present ( 10 Years ) Director
Kiyoshi Tojo
28 Jun 2012 ⇒ Present ( 5 Years ) Director
Masaru Umezu
18 Apr 2011 ⇒ Present ( 6 Years ) Director

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Previous Company Names

AIOI MOTOR AND GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF EUROPE LIMITED
Changed 1 Oct 2010
RAINBOWGRANGE LIMITED
Changed 24 May 2004

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1ST FLOOR 50 MARK LANE
LONDON
EC3R 7QR
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10 UPPER BANK STREET
LONDON
E14 5JJ
Changed 12 Nov 2004


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