Francesca Tackie promoted to Partner at Begbies Traynor Group
Francesca Tackie has been promoted to Partner at the Manchester office of business rescue, recovery and restructuring specialist, Begbies Traynor.
Previously Insolvency Director, Francesca is also an insolvency appointment-taker licenced by the Insolvency Practitioners’ Association.
Paul Stanley, Managing Partner of the Manchester office said:
“Francesca has been with Begbies Traynor since 2010, following the acquisition of Tomlinsons. Since then, she has demonstrated not only a superb understanding of the insolvency market but an ability to build and nurture relationships based on trust, mutual interest and high levels of professionalism. She instinctively knows that clients are looking for innovative solutions and is regularly instructed personally and asked for by name by client contacts.
“Francesca has achieved a great deal in her role with Begbies Traynor to date, and no doubt that will continue in her new position.”
Speaking of her promotion, Francesca said:
“It goes without saying that I’m delighted I’ve been promoted to Partner. Begbies Traynor is a fantastic place to work, and I am grateful to have been supported by an enthusiastic and hard working team. I’m very much looking forward to this new challenge.”
Francesca has worked across a variety of industry sectors, particularly with SME’s, and has broad experience in all aspects of insolvency involving both corporate and personal insolvency work.
Paul qualified as a chartered accountant in 1987 with Arthur Andersen an international accounting practice. He worked on audits, management consultancy and buy out due diligence before specialising in insolvency and investigations. In 1990 he was granted an insolvency licence by ICAEW.
He worked on the Robert Maxwell private company administrations in the Middle East in the early nineties and developed strong banking relationships. In 1993 he joined up again with ex-Andersen's colleague Ric Traynor as Ric's first partner in the firm which later changed its name to Begbies Traynor. Paul acts as managing partner in the Manchester office and sits on both the firm's management and technical committees. He has a reputation as a straight-talking, honest advisor who is both technically strong and commercial.