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What is a CVA ? (Company Voluntary Arrangement)

When directors of limited companies think their company has a profitable future and wish to keep the company trading, then a CVA may provide an effective solution.

A Company Voluntary Arrangement is a legally binding agreement between creditors and the company to pay the outstanding debts over a period of time, usually between three and five years

A Case History
An established small engineering limited company secured a substantial order from the Ministry Of Defense to start manufacturing specialist equipment in a couple of months time. To secure the continuing employment of his staff, the proprietor took out a personal loan to cover wages and general outgoings. This loan would be repaid after he started manufacturing the ordered equipment. This order was unexpectedly cancelled and the company was deemed insolvent. We successfully negotiated a CVA arrangement where the outstanding debts would be repaid in affordable amounts over a period of five years, allowing the directors and the company to continue trading.


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