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The Restaurant Group 125 restaurant closures CVA approved Frankie and Benny's Coronavirus casual dining

TRG's CVA approved

By James McAllister

The Restaurant Group (TRG) is poised to close 125 sites within its struggling leisure arm following the approval of a company voluntary arrangement (CVA).

The Restaurant Group 125 restaurant closures Frankie and Benny's CVA Coronavirus casual dining

TRG eyes 125 closures as CVA announced

By James McAllister

The Restaurant Group (TRG) has announced that its struggling leisure arm is to enter into a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) that will see its estate reduced by approximately 125 sites.

PizzaExpress considers financial position Coronavirus CVA

PizzaExpress considers financial position

By James McAllister

PizzaExpress could reportedly be forced to close a portion of its UK estate as a result of the growing financial pressures caused by the Coronavirus crisis.

Mexican restaurant chain Chilango CVA approved by creditors and shareholders

Chilango CVA approved

By James McAllister

Burrito chain Chilango’s company voluntary agreement (CVA) has been approved after receiving support from the vast majority of the company’s creditors and shareholders.

Mexican restaurant chain Chilango CEOs step down

Chilango CEOs step down [Updated]

By James McAllister

The founders of burrito chain Chilango are to step down as co-CEOs of the company following a financial restructuring.

Chilango Mexican restaurant chain expected to launch CVA in order to avoid administration

Chilango expected to launch CVA

By James McAllister

Mexican restaurant chain Chilango is expected to launch a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) in the coming days in order to avoid administration.

Tony Naylor Playing the regeneration game

Playing the regeneration game

By Tony Naylor

As traditional high streets falter, indie food and drink is increasingly seen as a saviour. But is this feeding frenzy sustainable?

Tony Naylor time for a chain reaction CVA

Time for a chain reaction?

By Tony Naylor

CVAs offer a lifeline for struggling chains. But, long term, can the very notion of a ‘quality chain’ survive this current casual dining crisis?

Giraffe and Ed's Easy Diner CVA approved

Giraffe and Ed's Easy Diner CVA approved

By Sophie Witts

Boparan Restaurant Group (BRG) is poised to close over a third of its Giraffe and Ed’s Easy Diner restaurants following the approval of a company voluntary arrangement (CVA).

Polpo to enter CVA with planned closures

Polpo to enter CVA with planned closures

By Sophie Witts

The Polpo restaurant group is to enter in to a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) after plans were approved by 98% of creditors today (8 March).

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