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Begbies Traynor Makes Key Promotion at its Brighton Office

John Walters

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| November 28th 2008

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Begbies Traynor Makes Key Promotion at its Brighton Office

An insolvency practitioner with 16 years’ experience, John started his career with Leonard Curtis & Associates before joining Begbies Traynor in 1998. The award-winning director will call upon his experience in nearly every type of procedure and sector to expand and develop a portfolio of cases. 


Geoff Rhodes, of Begbies Traynor in Brighton, commented: “John has a high level of expertise in both corporate and personal insolvency procedures. His promotion comes at a time of increased activity for the firm – we have seen a dramatic increase in work across the board.”

John already has a strong reputation with private clients and intermediaries and has expertise in voluntary liquidations, administrations and receiverships. He also brings significant experience in the property, engineering and retail sectors.

The Begbies Traynor Group turns over in excess of £50 million and employs more than 600 people from a network of 40 regional offices based across the UK. Their client base includes individuals, owner-managed businesses, professional intermediaries, major financial institutions and quoted businesses.

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With MIPA, MABRP and JIEB qualifications to his credit, John started his career with Leonard Curtis & Associates before joining Begbies Traynor in 1998. With over 17 years within the industry John has experience in every type of procedure and sector and deals with both corporate and personal insolvency procedures.

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