Hotels, Motels & Cruise Lines
Peru Holding de Turismo SAA:Resolves to merge its two subsidiaries Peru Hotel Corp. SA and Peru Hotel Monasterio SA.Peru Hotel Corp. SA to acquire all assets and liabilities of Peru Hotel Monasterio SA.Merger to result in extinction of Peru Hotel Monasterio SA.
Genting Malaysia Bhd announces member's voluntary winding-up of two dormant indirect wholly-owned subsidiaries of company
Genting Malaysia Bhd:Says two (2) dormant indirect wholly-owned subsidiaries of company been placed under member's voluntary winding-up on May 19.Resorts World Enterprise Ltd and Resorts World Ventures Ltd are the two dormant indirect wholly-owned subsidiaries.
GuocoLeisure Ltd:Announces that it is voluntarily liquidating its dormant wholly-owned subsidiary, Guoman Hotel Management (Shanghai) Co., Ltd, a company incorporated in the People’s Republic of China.
Genting Malaysia Bhd announces re-organisation of indirect wholly-owned subsidiaries in United Kingdom
Genting Malaysia Bhd:Says transfer of entire equity interest comprising 100 ordinary shares of £1 each in Langway Limited by Pellanfayre Ltd to its immediate holding company, Genting Casinos UK Ltd (GCUK), at consideration of 1 Pound.Says transfer of entire equity interest comprising 5,000 Ordinary A shares of £1 each and 50 Ordinary B shares of 1 Pound each in The Kings Casino (Yarmouth) Ltd (TKCY) by Incomeactual Ltd to its immediate holding company, GCUK, at consideration of 30,956.44 Pound and 309.56 Pound respectively.Says transfer of entire equity interest comprising 100 ordinary shares of 1 Pound each in Stanley Snooker Clubs Ltd by TKCY to its intermediate holding company, GCUK, at consideration of 1 Pound.
Emei Shan Tourism Co Ltd:To dissolve a branch which is engaged in housing rental business to improve operation efficiency.
GuocoLeisure Ltd:Announced voluntary dissolution of Thistle Hotels & Restaurants Ltd, a dormant subsidiary incorporated in the United Kingdom pursuant to a voluntary application for striking off.
Accor SA:Says it submitted an offer to Orbis, a public company listed in Warsaw and 52.7 pct held by Accor, which would make Orbis its management platform for Central and Eastern Europe.Under the terms of the offer, which was approved by Accor’s board of directors, Orbis would take over all of the Group’s operations in the region, including in Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria and Macedonia.Orbis would have the capacity to develop all of Accor’s hotel brands in the region by exploiting a master license for all of the Group’s brands.Accor is inviting Orbis to acquire its operating subsidiaries in these countries.They include 38 existing hotels and 8 hotels currently in the pipeline.The amount of the considered transaction is 142 million euros.The offer provides for an exclusivity of negotiations until the end of November.