Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA)

Directors can propose a repayment plan to the company’s creditors, which gives the company protection from creditor action yet allows the directors to retain control and continue trading.

We work with you to draw up achievable forecasts for the business going forwards. We negotiate with key stakeholders to find the best solution that balances the interests of the company and its creditors, and we support you through the duration of the CVA. Not to be underestimated, a trading CVA requires dedication and long-term commitment, and our compassionate team is here to support you during this time. 

Our wide skills base means that if the path gets bumpy, we can suggest solutions to keep the CVA on track.


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