Landlords and Company Voluntary Arrangements

Posted 12th June 2018 by Craig in

Company Voluntary Arrangements

Landlords and Company Voluntary Arrangements

There are many high street company voluntary arrangements right now and landlords are likely to vote against some proposals. Is CVA reform needed?

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Company Voluntary Arrangements: A Dive in the Penalty Box?

Posted 8th June 2018 by Craig in

Company Voluntary Arrangements

Company Voluntary Arrangements: A Dive in the Penalty Box?

Landlords and Retailers Row Over Company Voluntary Arrangements. Is CVA Reform Needed? Our London based insolvency practitioners comment.

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Company Voluntary Arrangements and Insolvent Restaurants

Posted 7th March 2018 by Craig in

Restaurant Closed

Company Voluntary Arrangements and Insolvent Restaurants

Still or Sparkling? What’s Going on in the Mid-Market Restaurant Scene and Where did it all go Wrong? Tom Gardiner looks at the perfect storm hitting many restaurant chains.

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Company Voluntary Arrangements and AIM Listed Companies

Posted 15th February 2018 by Craig in

Alternative Investment Market

Using Company Voluntary Arrangements to Restructure Insolvent AIM Listed Companies

Antony Batty and Company has pioneered the use of Company Voluntary Arrangements to reorganise and restructure AIM listed companies that have entered insolvency, enabling them to relist, delivering value for creditors and shareholders.

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