Following a recent change affecting creditors of companies in financial difficulty, will HMRC continue to accept a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA)? FPM Director Seamas Keating explains the criteria for assessing CVA proposals. What happens when a
Personal Insolvency Arrangement | Protection Against A Forced Sale
Following two landmark cases, FPM Debt Recovery Director and Personal Insolvency Practitioner, Gary Digney, has focused his time and efforts into helping indebted farm families avoid having their farms forcibly sold by vulture funds. On Countrywide RTE Radio 1,
Vulture Funds: What To Expect and How To Safeguard Your Farm
In a recent interview with the Irish Independent, FPM Debt Recovery Director and Personal Insolvency Practitioner, Gary Digney gives his experience of dealing with Vulture Funds and offers the solution available to farmers, who are struggling with unmanageable
Insolvency | Finance Act 2020 Strengthens HMRC Powers of Recovery
Despite the trading difficulties that many businesses are experiencing at present due to the Covid-19 pandemic—and notwithstanding significant lobbing—The government moved ahead to introduce new insolvency measures in Finance Act 2020 on 1 December. As well
FPM Secure Landmark Debt Deal To Save ‘Asset-Rich, Cash-Poor’ Farms
In the first deal of its kind, Lenders have agreed to a debt deal allowing a couple to keep their €1.5m dairy farm despite falling into arrears. The Irish Independent Reports The significant court decision will
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