Isabel dos Santos’ husband closes business in the Madeira Free Zone – DNOTTICIAS.PT

Isabel dos Santos’ husband closes business in the Madeira Free Zone – DNOTTICIAS.PT

A company in the world of Isabel dos Santos, in the Free Zone of Madeira, has just closed its doors for not submitting invoices. This is Dorsay Company, classified as a stakeholder in the Angolan cement sector and its shareholder is the husband of the Angolan businesswoman, Sindika Dokolo, who passed away in October 2020. The news was published today by ECO.

The decision to dissolve this company, which was founded in 2008 and identified in the Luanda Leaks process as part of the Isabel dos Santos universe, was made on June 28 and became final at the beginning of last week.

“The dissolution of the liquidation and its closure was announced because the company had not recorded the financial statements for two consecutive years and because the existence of assets and liabilities to be liquidated did not result from this process,” according to the decision of the Conservatória of Commercial Registry and Notary for the Free Zone of Madeira, quoting the online economic newspaper.

In 2020, d’Orsay was in danger of dissolving for lack of bills, after the Luanda Lakes case hardened Isabel dos Santos’ headquarters.

At that time, authorities in Madeira took similar legal action against the company, but the situation was quickly resolved, preventing the company from closing.

However, in May of that year, BPI filed a lawsuit in the court of Madeira against Sindika Dokolo and also against Dorsay for a debt of five million euros.

Isabel dos Santos has also been the target of several actions by Portuguese banks, namely BCP and Novobanco, which last week launched a €17.4 million joint action against the Angolan businesswoman, Santoro and Venisantoro. EuroBic, which is about to sell.

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Unitel Holdings, Kento Holding (with indirect stakes in operator Nos), Winterfell Industries and Winterfell 2 (linked to Efacec) are other companies that have been targeted by banks in recent years, following the Luanda leaks.

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