Company Voluntary Arrangements

By: Baxter Ramsay  10/10/2016
Keywords: debt advice, Debt Help, insolvency practitioners

A Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) is an agreement between an insolvent company and its creditors which allows a company to pay back a percentage of their debts over an extended period of time. If your creditors agree to a CVA proposal, your insolvent company can pay creditors over a fixed period of time whilst continuing to trade. Typically, the agreement consolidates your company’s debts into a single monthly payment until you have paid the debt off. The process can improve your company’s cash flow and make trading easier, giving your company a fighting chance to survive.

Keywords: bankruptcy advice, Business Recovery, company liquidation, Corporate Insolvency, debt advice, Debt Help, Insolvency Advice, insolvency practitioners, Licensed Insolvency Practitioners

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