This debate has now been postponed until the Autumn
KSA Group Ltd has great pleasure in inviting you to
The Great CVA Debate
(Free to attend)
Are current CVAs for national retail chains being used fairly and ethically?
Thursday 5th July 2018
Reception at 5.30 pm
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KSA Group's Offices
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It seems that a week doesn't pass by when a major High Street Retailer is not in the press as it uses a Company Voluntary Arrangement as a way of closing stores in a bid to restructure and rescue the business.
Recently we have had House of Fraser, Mothercare, Carpet Right, New Look, Jamie's Italian, Prezzo, Byron Burgers and Carluccio all use the mechanism.
Landlords, in particular, are of the view that it treats them unfairly and it is possible that they will start to reject them.
What is your view?
Keith Steven Managing Director of KSA Group
Gary Weber National Turnaround Manager KSA Group
Panel for Discussion
The above and Wayne Harrison Licensed Insolvency Practitioner
Professor Grant Jones Lawyer and Licensed Insolvency Practitioner
All attendees will receive, for free, our 78-page Worried Directors Guide packed full of great advice
Presentations will be deliberately brief to allow the discussion to widen to the floor.
Following the formal part of the evening, there will be ample time
Categories: What is a CVA or Company voluntary arrangement?