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Mayfair 101's IPO Wealth Fund investors demand to be heard

“We are grateful to have the support of so many unitholders and are taking all necessary steps to ensure investor capital is protected and returned,” says MD.

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Investors have thrown their support behind the urgent calling of a unitholder meeting

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Mayfair 101 Group’s IPO Wealth Fund investors have thrown their support behind the urgent calling of a unitholder meeting to discuss the fund’s future.

This follows the appointment of receivers on May 22, 2020, to the IPO Wealth Holdings Pty Ltd division of the Mayfair 101 Group.

It took less than 24 hours for investors representing over two-thirds of IPO Wealth’s unitholders by way of value to confirm their support for a unitholder meeting to be convened.

Suggestion made by Mayfair 101 management

This follows the suggestion being made by Mayfair 101’s management.

According to the fund’s trust deed, only 25% of unitholders are required to request a meeting in writing.

The suggestion to unitholders was put forward following a detailed assessment of the Court submissions of Vasco Trustees Limited and Dye & Co, which Mayfair 101 claims contains statements which will be vigorously challenged.

Mayfair 101 Group’s managing director and founder of IPO Wealth, James Mawhinney, said: “Every allegation made in the receiver’s report and various affidavits can and will be answered in full.

“We take these allegations very seriously and will continue to defend our position.”

He added: “We are grateful to have the support of so many unitholders and are taking all necessary steps to ensure investor capital is protected and returned.”

Track record

Prior to receivers being appointed the IPO Wealth Fund had an impeccable track record of meeting investor target returns in full and redemption requirements since its launch in March 2017.

The loan had never been in default prior to March 2020, the same month that COVID-19 caused significant liquidity issues globally.

A longstanding Sydney-based investor, who has asked to remain confidential, stated: “Right now is a shocking time to force any company into liquidating assets and in my view more time should be given for open discussions, with the investors included, in order to find ways going forward when the pandemic has eased, values restored, and borrowers able to repay their interest on loans.”

Another investor, Jason Borg, said: “If there are means to return capital that doesn’t require the selling of assets in this environment, Vasco should be the first ones supporting its cause.”

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