Just a handful of British clubs in peril before the shutdown but majority of clubs now face unprecedented financial distress in wake of coronavirus pandemic
May 14th 2020
Football club finances were continuing to grow in stability by March this year
Begbies Traynor in Hull strengthens team with director promotion
May 5th 2020
Experienced insolvency practitioner Laura Baxter has been promoted to director, based at Begbies Traynor’s growing offices in the Humber region. After joining Begbies Traynor in 2012 as a senior ins…
Coronavirus pushes financially distressed companies over the half-million mark
April 17th 2020
Number of businesses in significant distress stands at 509,000 – the highest number measured by the Red Flag Alert research
Administrators appointed for Cookeze Limited
March 30th 2020
Administrators have been appointed at Cookeze Limited, the Lancashire‐based event catering firm partly owned by acclaimed chef Nigel Smith.
COVID-19: Forfeiture moratorium for commercial leases
March 25th 2020
Following calls to help those in rented accommodation to weather the financial impact of the coronavirus outbreak, the government recently announced new legislation to protect tenants from facing eviction from their property for the next three months.
Football League clubs could face insolvency crisis say experts
March 16th 2020
The ban on football fixtures could cause an insolvency crisis which will hit Football League clubs hard, warn experts at Begbies Traynor.
Begbies Traynor supports Bradford children’s charity
March 16th 2020
Begbies Traynor, the UK’s leading independent insolvency firm, is the latest Yorkshire business to lend its support to One in a Million, a Bradford‐based charity that works with disadvantaged children and young people across the city.
Begbies Traynor expands specialist ‘debt in death’ team
March 11th 2020
A sharp rise in the number of people ‘dying in debt’ has led Begbies Traynor to expand a specialist team across the region – headquartered in Manchester.