New Age (Africa Global Energy) Ltd company documents
Here are all files of the two companies New Age Morocco Ltd and its mother company New Age (African Global Energy) Ltd registered in the Jersey company register.
Published: 29.09 - 2014 08:25Printer version    
The files below were accessed on 28 September 2014. The date below refers to when they were received by the Jersey Financial Services Commission.

New Age Morocco Ltd is the 100% subsidiary of New Age (African Blogal Energy) Ltd.

New Age Morocco Ltd received a licence in occupied Western Sahara in 2014.

New Age Morocco Ltd
Annual Return - received 01 Jan 2014
Name Change - received 12 Feb 2013
Name Change - received 12 Feb 2013
Annual Return - received 01 Jan 2013
Certificate of Incorporation - received 08 Mar 2012
Foundation Documents - received 26 Feb 2012

New Age (African Global Energy) Ltd
Public Accounts Y.E.13 - received 14 Jul 2014
Annual Return 2014 - received 24 Feb 2014
Special Resolution - received 16 Dec 2013
Special Resolution - received 18 Sep 2013
Public Accounts Y.E. 12 - received 29 Jul 2013
Special Resolution - received 12 Jul 2013
Annual Return 2013 - received 14 Mar 2013
Special Resolution - received 20 Nov 2012
Public Company Accounts Y.E. 11 - received 14 Oct 2012
Special Resolution - received 20 Jul 2012
Special Resolution - received 30 Mar 2012
Annual Return 2012 - received 29 Feb 2012
Special Resolution - received 19 Sep 2011
Public Company Prospectus - received 19 Sep 2011
Public Company Prospectus - received 16 Sep 2011
Registrars Consent - received 14 sep 2011
Special Resolution - received 9 Sep 2011
Change in Status - received 9 Sep 2011
Annual Return 2011 - received 11 Feb 2011
Annual Return 2010 - received 25 Jan 2010
Annual Return 2009 - received 23 Jan 2009
Special Resolution - received 23 Sep 2008
Special Resolution - received 22 Sep 2008
Special Resolution - received 22 Sep 2008
Notice of Registered Office - received 31 Mar 2008
Annual Return 08 - received 28 Jan 2008
Foundation Documents - received 22 Jun 2007
Foundation Documents - received 22 Jun 2007












    


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