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Stakeholder considerations in Corporate Voluntary Arrangements

Corporate Voluntary Arrangements (CVA’s) have returned to the headlines in recent months with cases involving High Street names such as Toys R Us, Byron Burgers and Jamie’s Italian. Agreements will have to be reached with all key stakeholders to gather support for the CVA whilst also keeping the company trading in the short term. Reflecting on recent cases, plus our own experiences here are a few comments on what each stakeholder is likely to consider before a CVA is agreed.

22 Feb 2018

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