A creditors’ voluntary liquidation (also known as a CVL) is an insolvency process that occurs when the company’s members determine that the company is insolvent, or likely to become insolvent and can no longer satisfy its debts. A creditors’ voluntary liquidation allows for the winding up of a company’s affairs without the need for Court intervention. This type of insolvency provides for an orderly realisation and distribution of a company’s assets among its creditors and investigations as to why the company failed.
SV Partners work with accountants, legal advisors, financial institutions, other related professionals and their clients to achieve the best possible solution for all stakeholders involved throughout an insolvency process. Our role as Liquidators in the creditors’ voluntary liquidation process is to act as the independent third party to ensure the process is conducted appropriately and according to the relevant law. Our highly qualified team have worked throughout various industries and have an extensive knowledge of business and the impact on stakeholders when a company faces financial distress.
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