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Company Voluntary
Arrangement

CVA

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Company Voluntary Arrangement

 

TO DO?…OR NOT TO DO?

“CVA offers a positive alternative to Liquidation, one that lets a Company bypass most of its debts and continue to trade successfully”
Is it true in your case?; will it work better than asking us to legally transfer your business to a Fresh Start Company.
How does a CVA work? What’s for doing it ? What’s against? How do you do it?

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HOW A CVA WORKS

The Director proposes a reduced sum settlement with creditors to cover all past liabilities, which has to be accepted by at least 75% of the creditors (by value) who reply and vote.

TO DO?..OR NOT TO DO?

“CVA offers a positive alternative to Liquidation, one that lets a Company bypass most of its debts and continue to trade successfully”

Is that true in your case?; will it work better than asking us to legally transfer your business to a Fresh Start Company.

How does a CVA work? What’s for doing it? What’s against? How do you do it?

HOW A CVA WORKS

The Director proposes a reduced sum settlement with creditors to cover all past liabilities, which has to be accepted by at least 75% of the creditors (by value) who reply and vote.

Arrangement Terms and Fees

WHAT % OF DEBTS IS PAID?

This is not fixed, but negotiable. It can be different for different classes of Creditor – Staff (100%) – HMRC – Landlord – Trade. Clearly the overall commitment must be one which the forward business forecast shows to be achievable from post-tax profits.

A LUMP SUM SETTLEMENT

Will normally offer Creditors monies not otherwise available to them. This may be a voluntary payment from a third-party on the company’s behalf (the Directors themselves? Friends? a partnering commercial enterprise?). Or it might be a pledge of funds that will only fall due to the company at a future date if it continues to trade.

AN EXTENDED PAYMENT PROPOSAL

Will be supported by an accurate current balance sheet and recent trading performance history and a forward business forecast covering the period over which the Company says it will make payments to its Creditors from operating profits.

WHAT FEES ARE PAYABLE?

This is not fixed, but negotiable. It can be different for different classes of Creditor – Staff (100%) – HMRC – Landlord – Trade. Clearly the overall commitment must be one which the forward business forecast shows to be achievable from post-tax profits.

Arrangement Terms and Fees

WHAT % OF DEBTS IS PAID?
This is not fixed, but negotiable. It can be different for different classes of Creditor – Staff (100%) – HMRC – Landlord – Trade. Clearly the overall commitment must be one which the forward business forecast shows to be achievable from post-tax profits.

A LUMP SUM SETTLEMENT
Will normally offer Creditors monies not otherwise available to them. This may be a voluntary payment from a third-party on the company’s behalf (the Directors themselves? Friends? a partnering commercial enterprise?). Or it might be a pledge of funds that will only fall due to the company at a future date if it continues to trade.

AN EXTENDED PAYMENT PROPOSAL
Will be supported by an accurate current balance sheet and recent trading performance history and a forward business forecast covering the period over which the Company says it will make payments to its Creditors from operating profits.

A WHAT FEES ARE PAYABLE?
This is not fixed, but negotiable. It can be different for different classes of Creditor – Staff (100%) – HMRC – Landlord – Trade. Clearly the overall commitment must be one which the forward business forecast shows to be achievable from post-tax profits.

TO DO?
CVA UPSIDES?

Five upsides to a CVA rather than a Fresh Start Company
  • minimised disruption – customers need not notice the change;
  • termination of premises or equipment leases can often be avoided
  • requires no report to the insolvency service on Director conduct
  • easier to gain continuance with key suppliers who are bound in
  • after CVA is completed credit agencies can show CVA debts settled

TO DO? – CVA UPSIDES?

Five upsides to a CVA, rather than a Fresh Start Company.

  • minimised disruption – customers need not notice the change;
  • termination of premises or equipment leases can often be avoided
  • requires no report to the insolvency service on Director conduct
  • easier to gain continuance with key suppliers who are bound in
  • after CVA is completed credit agencies can show CVA debts settled

NOT TO DO? – CVA DOWNSIDES?

Five downsides to a CVA, rather than a Fresh Start Company.

  • hard to make enough post-tax profit to meet CVA payments
  • company will be trading with a negative CVA credit profile
  • CVA conditions restrict Director’s freedom including to borrow
  • staff arrears not met by government – paid as creditors
  • creating proposal is difficult and may not be accepted

NOT TO DO?
CVA DOWNSIDES?

Five downsides to a CVA, rather than a Fresh Start Company.
  • hard to make enough post-tax profit to meet CVA payments
  • company will be trading with a negative CVA credit profile
  • CVA conditions restrict Director’s freedom including to borrow
  • staff arrears not met by government – paid as creditors
  • creating proposal is difficult and may not be accepted

HOW TO DO? – WE  MANAGE THE WHOLE CVA TASK

HOW TO DO?
WE MANAGE THE WHOLE CVA TASK

  • Assess Current Financial Position and Discuss Futures
  • Advise on a Viable Shape of CVA for your Company
  • Defend Short Term against any pressing Creditors(s)
  • Help you create The CVA Proposal and Financial Forecasts
  • Assist as needed to Negotiate Acceptance by Creditors

CVA? OR A FRESH START COMPANY?

Give me a call to discuss what’s best for You

Michael OConnor Insolvency SolutionsMichael O’Connor M.A Managing Consultant

Portsmouth : 01243 624716 – Bromley : 0208 468 1033
or email :

CVA? OR A FRESH START COMPANY?

Give me a call to discuss what’s best for You

Michael O’Connor
M.A Managing Consultant

Michael OConnor Insolvency SolutionsPortsmouth :01243 624716
Bromley :0208 468 1033
or email :

 

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Interco Management Services Ltd

Western Rd : Portsmouth : PO63EZ : 01243 624716

1 Bromley Lane : Bromley : BR76LH : 0208 468 1033