CVA Suitability

CVA Advantages and Disadvantages

The key Advantages and Disadvantages of the CVA (Company Voluntary Arrangement) debt solution for a company and its directors

CVA and Employees

How will company employees be affected by a CVA? Will jobs be at risk? What rights do employees have if a CVA is implemented?

CVA and Directors

How a CVA will affect the Company Directors. Can they still run the company? Are Directors Loan Accounts and Personal Guarantees payable?

When to use a CVA

Is a CVA suitable for your company? Is the business viable? What happens to Director Guarantees? Can it stop a Winding Up Petition?

Which Debts can be included in a CVA?

Can all company debts be included in a CVA? Can HMRC and Lease agreements be included? Will the bank agree to the Arrangement?

Will a Company Voluntary Arrangement Fail?

The reasons why a Company Voluntary Arrangement might fail. How to ensure a successful CVA. When is the Arrangement not the right solution?

Cannot Pay Company Voluntary Arrangement

What happens if a Company Voluntary Arrangement is not paid? Options if a Company cannot pay its CVA. Is a CVA the best company debt solution

Debt written off in a CVA

The amount of debt written off in a CVA. Is there a minimum monthy payment? Can the amount written off change during the Arrangement?

What is a Zombie Company?

How can you recognise a Zombie Company? What risks will these companies face as the economy improves? Options for rescuing a Zombie Company.