Date Published: 18th January 2023
Business rescue and recovery specialist Begbies Traynor has moved from its base in West Nile Street, Glasgow, to newly renovated offices in the city centre in Bothwell Street.
The firm has signed a lease for a 4,094sq ft office suite at a prominent former bank branch which has been refurbished to provide first-class self-contained offices. It features a large bright reception area, two meeting rooms, and a general office with four separate glass offices. There is also a basement providing recreational facilities for staff, including a large kitchen/break-out area.
“Having had a base in Glasgow for over 20 years, we were keen to stay in the city centre as it’s convenient for both our clients and colleagues,” explains Ken Pattullo, managing partner for Begbies Traynor in Scotland. “Our new home in Bothwell Street offers the benefits of being a newly renovated office, and, as a ground floor office, it also enjoys a high-profile position.”
Fellow partner Thomas McKay adds: “Our 26-strong team based here in Glasgow are already enjoying the benefits of our new home and we look forward to welcoming our clients and contacts.”
With offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen, Begbies Traynor advises businesses throughout Scotland. It offers a full range of professional services including corporate recovery, investigations and risk, forensic accounting advice, property, funding, debt collection and personal insolvency.
Ken joined the Glasgow office of Begbies Traynor in 2003, before overseeing the firm's expansion into further offices in Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen and Belfast. He previously worked at KPMG, Ernst & Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers in Scotland. He has a broad range of experience in Corporate Rescue and Recovery, as well as in turnaround and restructuring, corporate and personal insolvency, investigations and IBRs.
Specialisms: Licensed trade, haulage, property investment/development, construction, agriculture engineering/manufacturing.