Administration, Liquidation and Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) are just a few of the services we can offer you. An administration, liquidation or CVA can only be administered by a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner. We offer business owners and company directors straightforward and transparent advice in relation to company administration and company liquidation.
Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVA)
A CVA is a legally binding arrangement to enable a reduced repayment to creditors at an affordable rate. A CVA can only be administered by a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner. If the creditors of the company agree, generally the company can continue trading and avoid a terminal company insolvency. To discuss how much a CVA costs, the pros and cons of a CVA or to speak to us for straightforward insolvency advice, please contact one our our team.
Options when a company is insolvent
In simple terms, a company insolvency occurs when a business can no longer pay creditors as they fall due, or it has more liabilities than assets. This does not always mean that a company must be wound up or cease to trade. Refinancing may help to prevent insolvency. Business recovery or restructuring advice from a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner enables directors or shareholders to take the appropriate action. To discuss your options, please contact one of our team.
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