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Setanta Insurance Company Ltd.: €475,192 'Notional Penalty'

Announcement by the Malta Financial Services Authority that it has imposed a "notional penalty" of €475,192 against Setanta Insurance Company Limited. Editor's Note: Research by OffshoreAlert in the Malta Business Registry showed that Setanta Insurance Company Limited was incorporated on June 21st, 2007 and went into liquidation on April 30th, 2014, with its net liabilities estimated at €63.5 million in the most recent statement by liquidator Paul Mercieca, dated March 2nd, 2020. Its directors are listed in corporate filings as Hugh Attard Montalto, of Malta; Martin Azzopardi, of Malta, and Peter Melling, of Ireland, and its shareholders as Setanta Holdings Limited, of Malta, and Ganado Trustees & Fiduciaries Limited, of Malta. Setanta Holdings Limited was incorporated in Malta on May 31st, 2007 and has not had any directors since Hugh Attard Montalto, Martin Azzopardi, and Evander Borg, all of Malta, resigned on August 1st, 2014. The company's shareholders are identified in corporate filings as Corporate Services Limited, of Malta, on behalf of "beneficial owner", and John V. Flood Ltd., of Ireland, both holding "Promoter Class" shares, and Ocorian Corporate Services (Malta) Limited, of Malta; SNSTRY Limited, of Ireland, and Irish citizens Charles Bourke, Deirdre Bourke, James Byrne, Tommy Conway, Concepta Doyle, James Doyle, John Flood, Margaret Flood, David Garahy, Ann-Marie Murphy, Matilda O'Farrell, John Burke O'Leary, and Myles Roban. The company's status is listed as "inactive" in the Malta Business Registry.

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June 02, 2020


Insurance;Liquidations & Insolvencies;Regulatory

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