Updated: 24th November 2020
Begbies Traynor has confirmed plans to commit to a multi-year lease in Liverpool at premises on Old Hall Street in a visible symbol of support for the city region.
Begbies Traynor says its rescue and recovery services are in demand as business owners across all sectors face continued challenges in responding to the pandemic.
The latest Red Flag Alert research published by Begbies Traynor reveals that more 8,000 firms across Merseyside are in significant financial distress, up 17% from the same time last year.
“This year has presented huge challenges to businesses in all sectors across our region and many business owners are facing acute financial distress and growing pressure.
“We have extended the lease on our premises at a time where many companies may be tempted to pull out because we believe it’s a practical measure to support our staff who want a blend of office life and home-working and also helps our clients and professional contacts. It’s also a visible symbol that confirms this is a great city to work and base your business."
Jason Greenhalgh, partner at Begbies Traynor in Liverpool, added:
“We are have already seen many businesses restructure their operations and finances and we expect to see more in the weeks and months ahead. Times are certainly challenging but company directors must tackle the issues they face and seek professional advice to explore all their options.”
Keith commenced his insolvency career in 1992 with Buchler Phillips Traynor and has since worked at both national and independent firms of insolvency practitioners where his roles have included Partner and Managing Partner.
Keith was one of the founding members of Cooper Williamson based in Wilmslow who were acquired by Begbies Traynor in 2013.
Keith regularly acts for the regions professionals and has specific expertise in trading and non trading administrations.