Liquidators Appointed for Metigy

Following a meeting with creditors today, Simon Cathro and Andrew Blundell of Cathro & Partners have been appointed liquidators of the three Australian companies within the Metigy Group.

Following a meeting with creditors today, Simon Cathro and Andrew Blundell of Cathro & Partners have been appointed liquidators of the three Australian companies within the Metigy Group.

Cathro & Partners will manage the liquidation process and provide a report to creditors in due course.

As Liquidators, Cathro & Partners will undertake an investigation into the affairs of the companies and the director of the Metigy entities is working to assist as required.

Metigy was founded in 2015 and used artificial intelligence to provide small businesses with potential customer insights to inform marketing strategies.

About Cathro & Partners

Cathro & Partners are experts in providing insolvency and restructuring services that help to create and preserve business value. Founded in 2021 by industry expert Simon Cathro, the boutique firm specialises in restructuring, turnaround, insolvency, safe harbour, secured enforcement services and pre-lending services.

For more information, please contact:

Simon Cathro, Cathro & Partners

MOB: 0416 014 889

Email: simon.cathro@cathropartners.com.au

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