A voluntary partnership agreement is a legal agreement between a limited liability company and its creditors. To place a company in a voluntary agreement (CVA) of the company, it is necessary to follow a particular process to evaluate the profitability of the agreement and set up this process of business recovery. Directors have a legal obligation to act properly and responsibly and to put the interests of their creditors first. The risks associated with the liquidation of a company may include the exclusion from the activity of director of other companies as well as the personal reputation of director. In extreme cases, managers may be held personally liable for contributing to creditors` defaults. However, since a voluntary agreement by the company is in the best interests of creditors, there is no investigation into the director`s conduct. The terms of a CVA proposal set the percentage of the debt repaid to creditors during the period of the company`s voluntary agreement. This strongly depends on the level of the company`s debt, which is weighed against its ability to repay based on current and/or future cash flow forecasts. The costs associated with setting up a CVA and running the agreement are significantly lower than those of other insolvency proceedings, including court administration and liquidation. No cash package is required for the purchase of operating assets, as is the case for a pre-pack administration.. .

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