Slaughters and Hogan Lovells advising as Mothercare confirms store closures in refinancing plan

Baby products retailer set to close 50 stores, with hundreds of jobs under threat

Slaughter and May and Hogan Lovells have advised on the restructuring of Mothercare, as the company announces plans to close of a raft of stores across the country.

The baby products retailer has proposed a company voluntary arrangement (CVA), which, if approved, will see the closure of 50 stores across the country, threatening hundreds of jobs.

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