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Edinburgh, 12 October 2017
Company Voluntary Arrangements are increasingly becoming a preferred insolvency procedure which offers a way of trading through a difficult period for the directors of a company suffering cash flow issues or facing tough trading conditions.
Whether it be because of the need to restructure a company's debt or implement more extensive measures to save a company from the more terminal procedure of liquidation, a Company Voluntary Arrangement can in many instances, not only rescue a company from failure, but save jobs - often resulting in enhanced dividends to the various classes of creditor.
This course offers delegates the opportunity to take a comprehensive journey through the legislative, regulatory and best practice requirements which govern Scottish Company Voluntary Arrangements, including a review of the entry routes into a Company Voluntary Arrangement and the procedure and eligibility requirements to obtain a moratorium for a company.
The course will be technical, practical and interactive, with key note speakers from the insolvency, tax and legal professions.
You will learn under what circumstances a Company Voluntary Arrangement may be appropriate and the statutory procedures required to implement it.
In addition, you will acquire an enhanced understanding of the guidance that insolvency professionals are required to adhere to when administering a Company Voluntary Arrangement.
This course is aimed at licensed Insolvency Practitioners and their staff, seeking to gain a comprehensive refresher and update in this area of insolvency or who wish to enhance their knowledge of this area of insolvency in order to enhance their existing skillset.
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Judith Howson has worked in the Insolvency profession for 18 years. Judith's experience began at Buchler Phillips and continued with a year secondment at Ferrier Hodgson Insolvency Practitioners, followed by Kroll Zolfo Cooper & Deloitte before setting up her own Insolvency Consultancy Practice late 2013.
Judith is ACCA / CPI & JIE qualified. She was Instrumental in establishing the R3 Scottish Women in Insolvency Group and retains a place on the R3 Scotland Committee.
Judith is already carving out a strong reputation for herself as an insolvency trainer by preparing students not only for their future insolvency careers but by ensuring where possible they achieve a pass in their examinations.
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- What is a Company Voluntary Arrangement?
- What are the advantages of using a Company Voluntary Arrangement?
- The effects and impact of a Company Voluntary Arrangement.
- Entry routes into Company Voluntary Arrangement.
- Detailed coverage of the principal legislative, regulatory and best practice requirements.
- A Secured Creditors involvement in the Company Voluntary Arrangement.
- Tax implications.
- Discussion of the potential risks to be aware of during the life cycle of a Company Voluntary Arrangement.
Tel: 0330 060 3303