The current situation at Arca Investments (AI) will be dealt with through a restructuring, the company’s creditors decided at their first meeting. More than 99% of creditors voted in favour of the proposal. Arca Investments and its economic and legal advisers, PwC and BADOKH respectively, will now develop a restructuring plan that will assure creditors receive at least 50% compensation for their claims over five years.
“At today’s meeting, we presented creditors and their representatives with the current situation at Arca Investments and the way we want to resolve it. We’re very happy that creditors supported the proposal we presented and allowed us to develop a reorganization plan,” Arca Investments’ representative responsible for restructuring Peter Janiga said of the key result at the creditors’ first meeting, adding: “The restructuring will allow us to deal with the complex situation at Arca Investments legally, economically, and in terms of taxes. This will allow us to assure creditors at least 50% compensation for their claims in a horizon of 3-5 years.”
Arca Investments must now produce a restructuring plan as soon as possible. This proposal will be based on the previously presented summary of reorganization conditions that was produced by Arca Investments in cooperation with the interim creditor committee and its economic and legal advisers PwC and BADOKH.
The points of this summary are:
Creditors also elected members of the Creditors’ Committee, which is made up of J&T Banka, a.s. and Caleson Debt Solution a.s. for guaranteed creditors and IMOS Invest s.r.o., Traficon inkasní s.r.o., Real Controls s.r.o., and Spojené kartáčovny a.s. for non-guaranteed creditors.