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Mamas & Papas CVA approved

Creditors of maternity retailer Mamas & Papas have voted overwhelmingly in favour of landlord Company Voluntary Arrangement proposals put forward last month. Read full story


Maternity retailer proposes controversial CVA

Embattled maternity retailer Mamas & Papas has sought to reduce its rent expenses by proposing a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA). Read full story


Early goal for Aldershot with CVA exit

Aldershot Town Football Club has announced it has exited its Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) two years ahead of schedule. Read full story


LA fitness creditors approve CVA plan

Creditors of gym chain LA fitness have approved the proposed landlord’s Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) announced earlier this month. Read full story


Event management firm confirms CVA

A firm specialising in the management of corporate events and training schemes has agreed a Creditors Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) with its creditors. Read full story


LA fitness announces restructuring plan

Gym chain LA fitness has announced a restructuring plan that will see 33 of its 80 UK clubs put up for sale. Read full story


Hearts step closer to exiting administration

Insolvent Scottish football club Hearts of Midlothian has taken a step towards exiting administration. Read full story


Hearts CVA agreed by creditors

Creditors and members (shareholders) of embattled Scottish football club Heart of Midlothian have approved CVA proposals put forward by the administrators. Read full story


Hearts to begin CVA

Administrators of embattled football club Heart of Midlothian have announced they will begin a company voluntary arrangement process (CVA) to take the club out of administration. Read full story


Dunfermline Athletic to exit administration

Dunfermline Athletic Football Club (DAFC) is to exit administration following a successful acquisition of the club by fan-backed Pars United group. Read full story


Hearts preferred bidder named

The preferred bidder for insolvent football club Heart of Midlothian FC has been named by administrators BDO LLP. Read full story


Hearts CVA could leave creditors empty handed

Unsecured creditors of embattled Heart of Midlothian FC could be left out of pocket should the club exit administration via a Creditors Voluntary Agreement (CVA). Read full story


Care home sold out of administration

A St. Helens-based care home has avoided being wound up over an unpaid tax bill after being sold out of liquidation. Read full story


Three bids for Hearts

Administrators to Heart of Midlothian FC plc have confirmed three formal offers have been submitted for the insolvent club. Read full story


North east’s largest builders’ merchant bid to enter CVA

Sunderland based builder’s merchant, A. Thompson, is struggling to keep afloat after two years of declining sales. Read full story


Lower failure rates hide “insolvency armageddon”

A fall revealed in the number of corporate insolvencies is covering up a struggling economy failing to kick away from recession. Read full story


Insolvency & Rescue Awards 2012 finalists announced

The finalists of the prestigious Insolvency & Rescue Awards 2012 are announced today (23 August). Read full story


Debt ridden Travelodge looks to controversial CVA deal

Creditors of the debt ridden hotel chain Travelodge have expressed concerns over the way a rescue, which is still to be agreed, has come together. Read full story


Portsmouth sale moves closer as senior players leave

Devastated former FA Cup winners Portsmouth look likely to be sold after administrators struck a deal to off load all senior players. Read full story


18.7% year-on-year fall in compulsory liquidations

Businesses forced into compulsory liquidations fell by 18.7% in the second quarter of 2012 compared to the same period last year. Read full story