SafeCharge’s shareholders agree to re-domicile business to Guernsey

SafeCharge International Group Ltd (LON:SCH), the expert in online payment services provision to trading and gambling companies, has just reported the results of its annual general meeting of shareholders, held earlier on May 19th. All proposed resolutions were passed, including the one about changing the domicile of the business.

Shareholders agreed with directors’ plans to re-domicile the business to Bailiwick of Guernsey, with the process set to take a number of weeks to complete. During that process, SafeCharge will remain incorporated in the British Virgin Islands.

Meanwhile, the core business of the company keeps gaining momentum – the latest update SafeCharge has provided shows that January and February 2015 were very strong months for its operations. Another interesting piece offered recently from the company concerns its top management, as in April 2015, Ali Khwaja assumed the role of group chief financial officer.

To view the official announcement on SafeCharge’s AGM, click here.

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