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Secured Claims in Czech Insolvency Proceedings
Schwarz, Jaroslav ; Sedláček, Miroslav (referee)
102 Abstract: Secured Claims in Czech Insolvency Proceedings The topic of this thesis are the secured claims in the Czech insolvency proceedings. This topic has been chosen by the author primarily with regard to the importance of the secured, often institutional, creditor for the insolvency proceedings and, therefore, for the market of financing of the business units and for the economy as whole. The aim of this thesis is not a description of the security interests but analysis of chosen practical issues which are often spotted by creditors within the Czech insolvency proceedings. Where appropriate, the author drew his attention primarily to the going concern solution of the corporate debtor's insolvency. In the thesis the author repeatedly comes to an end that mainly in reorganization it is important for the creditors to actively protect their rights and think about potential proceedings strategy. The reason is that the reorganization offers wide possibilities to exercise totally different interests by the creditors. In the thesis the author demonstrates that in spite of many novelizations the insolvency law in many areas does not correspond to the general legal regulation of the security interest and suggests that this discrepancy is being dismissed as soon as possible. The author is convinced that with...
Indemnity and Debt Debt Collection in a Business Entity
Zlámal, Aleš ; Kašpar, Jan (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (advisor)
The bachelor´s thesis focuses on the evaluation of the debts of chosen business entity from 2015 to 2019. The theoretical part of the thesis is focused on important juridical terms and debts from an economic point of view. The analytical part of the thesis deals with the development of debts of specific entity and methods of securing and collecting debts which this entity uses. Based on the analytical part of the thesis, suggestions are made for the improvement of the current situation of securing and collecting debts.
Proposals to Improve Debt Collection in Case Insolvency of Debtors
Nuzíková, Jana ; Janíček,, Petr (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with securement and enforcement of debts especially in the case of debtor’s insolvency. Theoretical part describes fundamental concepts from legal, accounting, tax, and economic point of view. Analytical part deals with satisfaction, assignment, and securement of claims of three creditors during the insolvency proceedings. This is followed by outlined measures for creditors regarding failed repayment of claims and to obtain the highest possible satisfaction in case of debtor’s insolvency.
Indemnity and Debt Collection
Kladivo, Miroslav ; Ptáček, Roman (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the issue of debt collection and securing of receivables. Specifically it is about receivables whose due date has expired. The theoretical part defines receivables of legal, accounting, tax and economic terms. The analytical part shows the current state of receivables and their analysis. The thesis also contains suggestions for solving this issue.
Indemnity and Debt Collection in a Business Entity
Konečná, Pavlína ; Bilíčková, Lucie (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is focusing on securing claims and debt collections. It is divided into three parts. The theoretical part defines claims from legal, tax, accounting and economic perspective. It also serves as a basis for the elaboration of the second part. The analytical part is focused on analyzing overdue claims and the financial situation of a particular entrepreneur. Based on the obtained information from the analytical part, entrepreneurs are proposed ways of more effective securing claims and their enforcement.
Receivables Management in Corporation
Rosypal, Pavel ; Ptáček, Roman (referee) ; Pěta, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with receivables management system in a specific business corporation. Emphasis is placed on overdue receivables. The theoretical part deals with the characteristics of main concepts. The analytical section describes the company. In the last section is invented system which leads to improvement of receivables collection.
Receivables Management in Corporation
Oskorip, Martin ; Svirák, Pavel (referee) ; Pěta, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of receivables management in slected business company. Main focus is on overdue receivables. On the basis of financial analysis measures are proposed leading to more effective receivables management and to reduce the number of overdue receivables.
Receivables Management in Corporation
Bártová, Simona ; Křižka, Pavel (referee) ; Pěta, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis deals with receivables management in the selected business corporation, especially with overdue receivables. It is divided into three parts. The theoretical part describes important basic concepts of receivables, analytical part describes the management of receivables in the selected business corporation and the suggestion part describes it is own improvement of receivables management.
Indemnity and Debt Collection
Hlaváčová, Michaela ; Polák, Bronislav (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the issue of securing and collecting debts. The thesis is divided into several parts. The theoretical part describes debts in legal, acconting, tax and economic aspect. The analytical part analyses current state of securing and collecting debts. The conclusion of the thesis contains a proposal of improved system of securing and collecting debts of the entreoreneur and an economic evaluation of the proposal.
Proposals to Improve Debt Collection in a Business Entity
Hudlíková, Anežka ; Serafínová, Lenka (referee) ; Musilová, Helena (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the issue of hedging instruments and debt collection. Thesis is divided into several parts. The theoretical part describes debt from legal, accounting, tax and economic point of view. The analytical part is devoted to the analysis of entrepreneur and evaluated his current state. The conclusion of the thesis contains a proposal of a more effective way of hedging instruments and debt collection of the entrepreneur.

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