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The loan is registered as loan on our books.
The shares were issued and registered at Companies House, but the shareholders agreement was never signed.
No have not been contacted, but I would be keen that they picked up on it. I am positive that Company B are hiding assets due to the High Court loss and compensation requirement.
My position is really awkward as I cannot inform the liquidator myself as they have no responsibility to protect me. I am sure you will have gathered I am looking at a way not to transfer the loan as I believe this is fraudulent in a manner in which won't appear as though I am the whistle blower.
My thought process is to tell company B that I requested a solicitor draw up a back dated loan agreement (play a bit dumb), then say the solicitor is very happy (as you mentioned) so my accountant, who is also our company secretary, will not proceed with the transfer. I will tell them that the accountant may report the matter if the accountant does not do it himself.
I needed to know if there would be any requirement to report the matter or if this would be a feasible course of events.