Restaurant attempts a CVA - A case study

2 July 2013

The company traded as a restaurant and pastry/coffee shop

KSA were appointed to assist the company with the production of  CVA proposals on 11th July 2011

Turnover to 30th June 2010 was £1.2m a £55k increase on previous year

The bank was secured with a debenture (Fixed and Floating charge) and a mortgage.

Owed £53k on £400k overdraft facility

£234k owed on 2 bank loans – original cumulative facility of £310k

£47.5k remaining on 1 EFG loan – original facility of £60k

£3k remaining on 1 SFLGS loan – original facility of £60k

The directors provided personal guarantees and security by way of personal property for any outstanding amounts.

Unsecured creditors

Total debt of £318,771 inc. HMRC at £216,186 (c.68%)

HMRC approved the CVA with standard modifications on 5th December 2011

A CVA creditors meeting was held in London in December 2011.

The actual result was not quite what you would expect?

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https://www.companyrescue.co.uk/case-study/london-restaurant-is-liquidated-following-attempt-at-cva