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Alianza Lima announced the modifications to its Bankruptcy Debt Restructuring Plan

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Lima, December 30, 2021Updated on 12/30/2021 05:58 pm

Alianza Lima is going through a good football stage (champion in 2021 and will play the group stage of the Copa Libertadores 2022), but the objective is also to take care of the economic aspect. For a few years, the club has fully complied with the Bankruptcy Debt Restructuring Plan, but they announced a modification in the initial strategy that they had been following.

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Through a statement sent through its official channels, the institution of La Victoria revealed the changes that will be made to cover the Bankruptcy Debt starting next year (2022-2031 cycle). According to the announcement, the Board of Creditors of the sports entity approved the motion last Wednesday, December 29.

The new plan responds to the impact that the pandemic has had on revenues in the last two years, in items as important as the box office, as well as the incorporation of 7.6 million soles of contingent debt with Sunat, an amount that was recognized by Indecopi last year and that was not foreseen in the previous plan”, They indicated in the document.

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Precisely, due to the decrease in income and the increase in payments, Alianza Lima decided to make the pertinent changes in the Bankruptcy Debt Restructuring Plan 2022-2031: from now on they will disburse 4 to 6 million soles per year, eliminating the amount of between 6 and 8 million soles that they previously had.

Although the reduction in remuneration and the increase in time paying is evident, the club assured that there will not be an increase in the interest rate. “It is a viable way for the responsible payment of bankruptcy doubt, as in recent years … We reaffirm the commitment to continue working under the pillars of sports excellence, financial solvency and corporate governance”, They assured.

In the same way, Alianza Lima reported that this modification will allow the institution to invest in other aspects, compared to the previous planning: “Flows may be allocated for infrastructure and other development projects. The goal is for the successes achieved in the 2021 season to be sustainable over time, a desire shared by the entire Blue and White family”.

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