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Welcome to Begbies Traynor

The UK’s market leader in business rescue and recovery.

Providing independent professional advice and solutions in corporate recovery and, restructuring as well as, corporate finance, forensic accounting, investigations and risk consulting.

Listed on the London Stock Exchange and employing more than 400 staff across a network of 40 UK offices, we have developed a market-leading reputation for knowledgeable, compassionate and uncompromising advice available via free initial consultations at a time and place convenient to you.

Our people, hand-picked for their technical expertise, are business people that bring a practical understanding and hands-on approach to business challenges and are why twice as many businesses turn to Begbies Traynor for corporate recovery advice than anyone else.

Whatever the size of the assignment, whether the business in difficulties is recently formed or well established, Begbies Traynor offers the same high levels of service and dedication.

Our aim is to rescue businesses wherever possible – and the sooner we’re contacted, the more we can do to help.

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