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    Running a business is incredibly rewarding but can also have its ups and downs. Every so often, unforeseen circumstances can disrupt a good business. When a business needs a helping hand, our insolvency finance solutions and restructuring finance can be there to lend it one. We can have the money to you within as little as five days.


    Restructuring Finance

    If adverse circumstances have disrupted your business and its profitability, our short-term restructuring finance can help fill the cash hole gap whilst you begin your turnaround efforts and restructure your business. Often acting as transactional funding to help you get back to profitability.

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    Pre-Pack Purchasing

    If you have decided to sell your business/assets with an administrator via a pre pack administration or are looking to buy from someone who is, our short-term pre pack administration finance can be used to help support your purchase.

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    CVA & IVA Funding

    If you are struggling to pay your creditors and are working with an insolvency practitioner to enter into a CVA/IVA agreement with your creditors, our short-term funding can be used to help you repay creditors and enter into the agreement.

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    Case Studies

    Land loan to buy land without planning permission

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    Working capital financing for a fashion company

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    Auction finance bridging loan for a police station

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    Short-term equity release loan secured by land

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What is Pre Pack Administration?
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    A pre pack administration is where the sale of a company’s business/assets are pre-negotiated with an administrator before they are appointed, initiating a quick sale of the business upon the administrator’s appointment. This is different from a regular administration as the normal process would be to appoint an administrator who would then begin to manage the sale of the business/assets, as opposed to the sale already being pre-negotiated. This makes a pre pack administration faster and more organised than a normal administration. With the added benefit of being able to run your business as normal whilst in the initial discussions with an administrator.

    What is a CVA?
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    A CVA is a Company Voluntary Agreement. When a company is insolvent, a CVA can be used to make an alternative arrangement with your creditors to pay them over a fixed period. If the creditors agree, then your company can continue to trade.

    https://www.gov.uk/company-voluntary-arrangements

    What is an IVA?
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    An IVA is an Individual Voluntary Agreement. Similar to a CVA, an IVA is an agreement with your creditors to pay off all or part of your debts over a period of time.

    https://www.gov.uk/options-for-paying-off-your-debts/individual-voluntary-arrangements


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