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Company Rescue Services

Begbies Traynor is the UK’s leading business rescue and recovery specialist, providing a partner-led service to stakeholders in troubled businesses.

Founded in 1989, the company has developed a strong reputation for knowledgeable and uncompromising advice – assisting directors across a wide variety of sectors, financial institutions and professional advisers.

Our network of local offices benefits from our national expertise and reputation – and we seek imaginative solutions for the benefit of all stakeholders. These solutions could include formal insolvency proceedings, however we will always do what is right and maintain a commitment to a duty of care for all involved.

If your business has financial challenges requiring professional insight and solutions; if you’re a creditor or professionally involved with those facing financial difficulties – Begbies Traynor can help. We provide advice designed to help people and companies deal successfully with debt and financial problems – and wherever possible, we will find the best solution that allows for active steps towards financial recovery.

When you contact Begbies Traynor you’re speaking directly with licensed insolvency practitioners and company rescue specialists. We’re not brokers which means you get the best possible advice and we offer free consultations at an office local to you.

Whatever the size of the assignment, whether the business in difficulties is recently formed or well established, Begbies Traynor offer the same high levels of service and dedication. We work closely with all parties to secure the best outcome.

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First Ruling of Section 342A of the Insolvency Act
First Ruling of Section 342A of the Insolvency Act
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Open Banking opens the floodgates for alternative finance
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Insolvency Practitioners Association Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales R3: Association of Business Recovery Professionals ICAEW Business Advice Service Turnaround Management Association ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) ICAS | The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland
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