CVA

Baby A Baby B

Deloitte to negotiate Mamas & Papas CVA deal

Struggling upmarket nursery chain appoints Deloitte to strike CVA with its landlords

21 Aug 2014

Cafe Rouge

Zolfo advisers secure Bella Italia/Café Rouge CVA

Zolfo Cooper team's delight as landlords agree to restaurant chain CVA

23 Jun 2014

Neville Kahn

Deloitte CVA proposal approved at LA Fitness

Rescue deal to reduce rent obligations and debt at gym chain LA Fitness receive creditor approval

25 Mar 2014

Deloitte propose rent reductions in LA Fitness CVA

Neville Kahn and Matt Smith to sell 33 clubs and restructure finances to rescue LA Fitness and LA Leisure

10 Mar 2014

BDO administrators sell Dunfermline FC to supporters

BDO and KPMG administrators sell club and stadium to supporters trust Pars United

17 Oct 2013

No insolvency boom? Thank the ten-year-old Enterprise Act

It's the Enterprise Act's 10th birthday and what a decade it has had, writes insolvency practitioner and R3 president Lee Manning

09 Nov 2012

KPMG administrators to arrange pre-pack sale of JJB

JJB announces that sale is likely to take place just after administrators are appointed

24 Sep 2012

Landlords want fairer insolvency rules as Travelodge restructures

British Property Federation concerned that insolvency practitioners will pick and choose creditors to make sure proposals are voted through

17 Aug 2012

KPMG secures rescue deal at Fitness First

Rescue deal sees Fitness First walk away from 67 sites, as well as paying a mixture of monthly and reduced rent

21 Jun 2012

Begbies administrators agree CVA at Port Vale FC

Administrators receive 87% of creditor vote to rescue collapsed club

27 Apr 2012

Rangers’ administrators arrange virtual creditor meeting

Duff & Phelps arrange correspondence only creditor meeting to discuss proposals to continue trading collapsed club

04 Apr 2012

Editorial: Zombie problem is the key insolvency issue

Blacks' collapse into 2nd insolvency procedure raises questions about creating 'Zombie Businesses'

06 Jan 2012

Stakeholder consensus needed to rescue businesses

A new rescue culture would boost the economy, suggests Bryan Green

10 Nov 2011

Corporate insolvencies continue to rise

Company insolvencies continue to rise, as CVA reach a five-quarter high. But there is some positive news, as administrations see a modest fall

04 Nov 2011

Restructuring of JJB cost £107m

Sports retailer says it has suffered significant exceptional costs associated with the restructuring and insolvency procedure

01 Nov 2011

Plymouth FC administrators willing to accept 50% of fees

Administrators from The P&A Partnership are willing to take a substantial cut to secure the club's future

20 Oct 2011

Creditors must step up during the insolvency process

Unsecured creditors should use social media to have their voices heard and make their vote count, says John Alexander

28 Sep 2011

JJB incentivises staff to boost recovery plans

Sports retailer to offer equity incentive plan to staff just months after KPMG pushes though company voluntary arrangement

06 Sep 2011

Corporate insolvencies drop

Company insolvencies decline but liquidations and individual figures increase

05 Aug 2011

Independent body should review IPs' fees

Debt collector calls for a new body to watch over fees charged by insolvency practitioners

23 May 2011

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