Second Meeting Of Creditors Of Company Under Administration

Wolf Minerals Ltd

ACN: 121831472

ABN: 11121831472

Published: 5/11/2018

The purpose of the meeting(s) is:

  1. to receive the report by the Administrator(s) about the business, property, affairs and financial circumstances of the Company(ies); and
  2. to receive a statement of Administrator(s) opinion and reasons for the opinion:
    1. whether it would be in the creditors ' interests for the Company(ies) to execute a deed of company arrangement;
    2. whether it would be in the creditors ' interests for the administration to end;
    3. whether it would be in the creditors ' interests for the company to be wound up;
  3. to receive a statement of such other information known to the administrator as will enable the creditors to make an informed decision about the matters at paragraphs 2(a) (c) above;
  4. to receive details of any transactions that appear to the Administrator(s) to be a voidable transaction in respect of which money, property, or other benefits may be recoverable by a liquidator under part 5.7B of the Act
  5. to receive details of any proposed deed of company arrangement; and
  6. for the creditors of the Company(ies) to resolve that:
    1. the Company(ies) execute a deed of company arrangement; or
    2. the administration(s) should end; or
    3. the Company(ies) be wound up.

Other agenda items are:

  1. to determine the remuneration of the administrator(s)
  2. to determine the future remuneration of the administrator(s)
  3. to determine the deed administrator(s) and or liquidator(s) future remuneration if appointed
  4. to consider the appointment of an alternative deed administrator(s) or liquidator(s)
  5. if the company is wound up, to consider the appointment of a committee of inspection and, if so, who are to be the committee members
  6. if the company is wound up to consider the early destruction of books and records
  7. any other business

6. To consider adjourning the meeting of creditors for a period not exceeding forty-five (45) business days in order

to allow more time.



7. If it is resolved that the Company be wound up, consider whether, subject to obtaining the approval of the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) pursuant to Section 70-35 of Schedule 2 to the Act, the books and records of the Company and of the Liquidators may be disposed of by the Liquidators 12 months after the dissolution of the Company or earlier at the discretion of ASIC.

Ferrier Hodgson

E-mail: rebecca.wong@fh.com.au