The business was preserved and sufficient realisations were generated to ensure that the company’s bankers (who held a fixed and floating charge) received repayment in full. Following completion of the sale and other matters to be dealt with in the administration, the company entered Liquidation to allow unsecured creditors’ to receive a distribution which is anticipated to be much higher than if the company had been wound up (liquidated), without first entering into administration.
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