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Voluntary administration enables a company in financial difficulty to continue operations by appointing an external administrator. While voluntary administration can be an excellent solution, it can also be a challenging process. Australian Debt Solvers specialises in voluntary administration cases, with the guidance given for administrator appointments and all aspects of creditor management.
As an act of insolvency, voluntary administration occurs when a company in financial difficulty is placed in the hands of an independent administrator. While this process is the result of tough times, it can also be seen as the start of a new opportunity. Unlike liquidation, which describes the end of business operations, voluntary administration can build a new pathway for the future if managed successfully.
At Australian Debt Solvers, we offer advice and support for all aspects of the voluntary administration process. We can help you to understand your current financial situation, look into your available options, and come up with appropriate solutions for the benefit of all stakeholders. From employees and partners to creditors and financial institutions, successful voluntary administration demands an expert hand. Please contact our team for a free consultation today.
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Voluntary administration can occur for many reasons, and it is typically initiated by a majority of company directors. If company directors discover or suspect insolvency, an independent administrator needs to be appointed immediately before additional financial damage occurs. Other than company directors, voluntary administration can also be triggered for the following reasons: By secured creditors with a security interest, Pressure from multiple creditors, Pressure from banks or lenders, Disputes between directors and shareholders, Significant legal action.
In most cases, a voluntary administration in Australia lasts for 25-30 business days. This time allows the new administrator to deal with internal company problems and enter into new financial agreements with creditors. When this period comes to an end, either the process succeeds with a signed Deed of a Company Arrangement, or the process fails and the company is placed into liquidation.
Along with expert financial advice, we provide access to a leading online knowledgebase about voluntary administration in Australia. If you would like to learn more, The ADS Research Centre offers clarity and guidance about voluntary administration and other important financial matters.
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