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Q&A suspension of payments TCP Direct, 20 August 2019

Q1: What consequences does the suspension of payment of TCP Direct B.V. have for the contractors? 

A: The directors of TCP Direct, together with the receiver, are looking for solutions for the current situation. The shared goal of the directors of TCP Direct B.V. and the receiver is that all debt collectors are paid in full.

Q2: Does the suspension of payment mean that contractors no longer receive money for all hours worked since June?

A: The shared goal of the directors of TCP Direct B.V. and the receiver is that all debt collectors are paid in full.

Q3: Are there any consequences for other contractors working for other parties?

A: We strongly emphasize that the suspension of payment affects TCP Direct B.V. and ING Flex workers. It doesn’t affect other operating companies.

Q4: What kind of solutions are being considered for the current situation?

A: We are in negotiations with several parties, i.e. with credit providers and other market parties

Q5: Are there external parties interested in buying TCP Direct?

A: We talk to several different market parties to find a solution for the current situation

Q6: Are there still talks with ING to find a solution? 

A: We confirm that we still are in negotiations with ING on the current situation.

Q7: How much time has management/the receiver given themselves/himself to come up with a solution?

A: Debt collectors will receive written notice from the administrator in the course of week 34 about the filing of their claim and the further course of the suspension of payment of TCP Direct .

Q8: Is the suspension of payment of TCP Direct also endangering the continuity of TCP Solutions?

A: The suspension of payment affects TCP Direct B.V. and ING Flex workers. It doesn’t affect other operating companies and therefore not TCP Solutions.