Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA)

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A Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) is a formal agreement between a company and its’ non-secured creditors to offer them a better outcome than they would receive if the company were forced into an alternative insolvency process, administration or more typically, liquidation.

It usually involves allowing a company to continue to trade following a period of restructuring in order to realise certain assets and/or pay profits into a CVA fund over time, which is then used to repay creditors in part or full.

Some of the key advantages of a CVA include:

  • It can result in the rescue of both the company and the business within it
  • It can protect the goodwill value of the company’s business
  • Directors remain in control
  • Jobs are preserved
  • Creditors get a better return
  • Trading relationships can continue
  • It avoids formal insolvency (i.e. administration or liquidation) and therefore there is no formal investigation into the conduct of the directors

"Without exception, every case referred to Bailey Ahmad Business Recovery has been handled both with sensitivity and with utmost professionalism"

If you or your clients would like to know more about CVAs, please call us on 020 8662 6070 for confidential advice. Or fill out our contact form and a member of our team will respond within 24 hours.

All consultations are confidential, free of charge and without obligation

Paul Bailey and Tommaso Ahmad are licensed insolvency practitioners in the UK and are regulated by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales. We are also members of R3 - The Association of Business Recovery Professionals.

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