Tag : CVAs
Monsoon CVA to offer landlords profit-shareSubscription
Monsoon is reportedly to offer landlords a share of future profits if they approve the retailer’s company voluntary arrangement (CVA) proposals, which are expected to be released later today.
Suppliers squeezed as high street hits new lowSubscription
UK suppliers and brands are facing a “nightmare” as they struggle to secure credit insurance with an increasing number of retailers amid turbulent trading conditions.
CVAs leave 850 empty shopsSubscription
More than 850 stores totalling 6 million sq ft of retail space has become vacant as a result of company voluntary arrangements (CVAs) in the past 18 months, new data from commercial property agency Colliers International has found.
Debenhams CVA vote result revealed Subscription
Debenhams creditors have approved the department store’s company voluntary arrangement (CVA) proposals, paving the way for 22 store closures.
Arcadia restructuring: who holds the power?Subscription
As the business world awaits Arcadia Group’s imminent restructuring, Drapers spoke to industry experts to find out who is calling the shots in the negotiations.
Small landlords to be hit by Debenhams CVASubscription
Debenhams will ask small landlords and councils to slash rents and business rates if the struggling department store chain’s creditors approve its proposed company voluntary arrangement (CVA) this week.
Landlords join forces over Arcadia CVASubscription
A group of landlords including British Land and Hammerson is reported to be hiring advisers to negotiate better terms from the impending Arcadia Group company voluntary arrangement (CVA).
Intu braced for 'challenging' year Subscription
Shopping centre owner Intu has said 2019 will be “challenging” in the face of an onslaught of company voluntary arrangements (CVAs) and economic uncertainty.
A new start for New LookSubscription
With retail veteran Nigel Oddy driving operations, a lighter debt load, and a leaner store estate and menswear offer, the fast fashion retailer is primed for a resurgence.
Select prepares for administrationSubscription
Fashion chain Select is on the brink of appointing administrators, putting 2,000 jobs at risk.