Businesses resort to company voluntary agreements to stave off insolvency

To avoid bankruptcy – many businesses are entering into a CVA or company voluntary agreement, which allows them avoid insolvency by negotiating their debts with creditors and third party practitioners. Among these are healthcare providers such as Southern Cross and hotels chains such as Travelodge. Rising rent cost has been partially to blame for this year’s increase in CVAs.


Source: Guardian

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