Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) are one of a number of insolvency solutions available to directors when dealing with company indebtedness. In summary, a CVA is a formal payment arrangement between a company and usually all of its unsecured creditors. It is an ideal solution where a business is trading profitably but has a large amount …
Author: Robin Tarling
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COVID-19 is causing significant Financial Distress for Business – So why are Company Insolvencies so low?
Introduction Since the start of the Coronavirus crisis, the Insolvency Service has been issuing monthly statistics in addition to the usual quarterly reports, in order to provide more timely indicators of the impact that COVID-19 is having on insolvencies. Whilst the numbers are presented as “provisional” they nevertheless indicate some surprising trends and in this …
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