Estimated outcome statement definition

What does Estimated outcome statement mean?

A statement prepared by an Insolvency Practitioner to estimate to creditors (or other parties) what the likely return to creditors will be. It will include the costs of the insolvency process (fees and expenses). An estimated outcome statement can also be used prior to appointment to provide the appointing lender with an indication of their possible losses.

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