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 …
Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) are an insolvency procedure designed to rescue a business through a re-structuring of its liabilities to creditors.
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