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Posted: 24 Jul, 2018

Almost every week there is media coverage of a different retailer entering into a company voluntary arrangement (“CVA”).  While there has been a great deal written about what CVAs mean for landlords (where CVAs are used to reduce rental costs) there has been relatively little focus on what CVAs mean for the lenders to borrowers who are landlords of retail tenants (the“Lenders”) (and how such Lenders can cater for CVAs in facility agreements).

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