A Deed of Company Arrangement or DOCA as it is often referred to, can best be thought of as a contract between the company and its creditors to allow the company to restructure and trade out of its financial problems.

Creditors may vote to accept a Deed of Company Arrangement put forward by the company and/or its directors as an alternative to liquidation. Often the Deed of Company Arrangement will ask creditors to compromise their claims. The terms of a Deed of Company Arrangement can be very flexible; however, it should offer creditors a better return than the alternative of liquidation.

Ultimately the creditors must decide whether or not to accept a Deed of Company Arrangement that is proposed or pass a resolution that the company be wound up.

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It is important that you explore all the options as every company has different circumstances and the right decision is vital to maximise your outcome.  Maximise Capital is committed to preserving and rebuilding companies and maximising recoveries for creditors.

Maximise Capital provides you with the specialised leadership, unique skill sets with extensive experience to turnarounds and company restructuring via a Voluntary Administration and DOCA process.

Decisions need to be made quickly and you are provided the tools and resources to make informed decisions.  Our ability to provide solutions for you to rebuild enterprise value is the reason why clients prosper and don’t need to come back to us.

Our qualified staff use their extensive knowledge and experience to ensure you get the solution that is right for you.  All stakeholders deserve the opportunity to allow the business to be given the best opportunity to survive?