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If your company is no longer financially viable in its present form, it could be at the closing (or liquidation) of the company. However, if you believe that the business continues to be a good idea, and if established could perhaps succeed in a slightly different form, the company, an option that you should see Pre Pack is wound up, commonly known as Phoenixing.

Pre Pack liquidation is a process where a new company formed limited liability, which often by the management team of the old company. An agreement is then buy for the new company from the assets of the old company. The assets can also be physical Equipment, customer lists and goodwill, and also the rights to use the old company name. The old business) is closed (or liquidated. Any creditor who openly be paid cash at the old company will be liquidated as far as possible from the proceeds of the assets. However, they have no claim to the new company for the remaining outstanding debt.

Clearly, where the core idea remains viable, the advantage for the development of a new business is that this with the lessons of the old Can be firm. The positive elements from the old company can be maintained and developed, and discarded the less productive elements. The fact that the debt burden of the old Business is left behind also significantly benefit from the new company provides the best chance for success.

Of course, there are a number of areas, it wound up before an exam in front of the pack. The main one is that to increase the funds needed to pay for the acquisition of the assets of old company. A formal evaluation will need to be taken to ensure that the price paid reflects the actual market value. Very often, the necessary resources must be loaned out or perhaps as part of an asset increased funding system.

Over the last few months have several negative opinions about it Pre-pack has been wound up. The main reason for this is that there is an understandable view that the creditors are the old business high and dry because of the Pre Pack Rights constraints. This is in fact not the case. The only time that would be a pre-pack to be used is when a company struggling and the risk of insolvency. If nothing is done, the probability that the company will be closed anyway. If the business is liquidated under the circumstances, would do so unhappy, and usually below the market price which will be sold to creditors with very little or no return. As such, a pre-pack is often the best opportunity to realize the value of the assets of the company and return something to the creditors.

In its strictest sense does, not for a package before liquidation to avoid bankruptcy and subsequent closure or liquidation of the original company. But is expected to generate new business, resulting in a much better Position is to continue to trade successfully the preservation of jobs and customers for its suppliers in the future.

Derek Cooper is Managing Director of Cooper Matthews Limited and a member of the Turnaround Management Association UK.

Derek’s experience of both corporate insolvency and business management puts him in a position to be able to understand the challenges facing businesses in today’s economic climate.

More details about Company Voluntary Arrangement at http://coopermatthews.com/phoenixing.html

Cooper Matthews specialise in Business Recovery Services Advice and Business Refinancing, offering straight forward insolvency advice for businesses with financial problems. They have significant experience in working with small to medium sized businesses.

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