Creditor’s Guide to Creditors’ Meetings
We empower creditors by attending Creditors' Meetings and Committees, and improving outcomes.
A Creditors' Meeting (also known as a Meeting of Creditors) is usually convened shortly after a company becomes insolvent to:
- Explain what went wrong
- Secondly, appoint an insolvency practitioner
- Agree the insolvency practitioner's fees
- Lastly, vote on how to move forward with the business.
A Creditors' Voluntary Liquidation commences with a virtual or physical Meeting of Creditors, which convenes no more than 7 days after creditors are notified of the liquidation.
In these instances, creditors hold the Meeting of Creditors within 14 days of distributing the proposal. Furthermore, the meeting takes place within 10 weeks from the date the company entered into Administration.
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Insolvency procedures are complicated and you will need expert advice and support. Therefore, I&L can help you form a committee of creditors, and advise as to what's in your best interest. Call 020 7504 1300 now for free and confidential advice…