Prezzo needed a pick up earlier

Prezzo

In what could be the biggest Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) the UK’s restaurant sector has experienced, Prezzo is set to shed nearly a third of its estate, including its Chimichanga brand, in a further high profile example of the issues currently impacting the industry. So how did it come to this for a business that sparked a bidding battle and sold for a price that analysts at the time said undervalued it, asks Mark Wingett

 

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