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.
Humberts Sale Confirmed
January 24th 2020
Humberts, a firm of national residential and commercial property agents that has been established since 1845, has now been purchased by Humberts Group Limited from Begbies Traynor after it fell into administration in December 2019.
Begbies Traynor confirm two senior promotions in Preston
August 2nd 2019
Business recovery specialists Begbies Traynor has made two senior promotions in its Preston office.
Harewood Associates enters into administration
July 29th 2019
Administrators have been appointed to Harewood Associates Limited, a Bolton based property investment company.
Begbies Traynor appointed liquidators of £300m turnover Omega Travel
November 19th 2018
An urgent investigation, led by Begbies Traynor, is underway to recover more than £20m owed to creditors of collapsed travel agency firm Omega Travel.
Budget 2018: What Does it Mean for Pensions?
November 6th 2018
Pensions were by no means a major area of focus for chancellor Philip Hammond as he made his recent Budget speech to the House of Commons but there were nonetheless some noteworthy pensions-related revelations.
Administrators called in at historic family-owned building contractor supplier firm in Liverpool
August 30th 2018
A popular family-owned business which has worked on major property regeneration projects in Liverpool since 1971 has been placed in administration.
Begbies Traynor joins the ASTL
February 7th 2017
Begbies Traynor has become the latest associate member to join the Association of Short Term Lenders (ASTL). Begbies Traynor, a leading corporate rescue and recovery firm, was founded in 1989 and now …
First Ruling of Section 342A of the Insolvency Act
August 16th 2016
Mark Raeside QC presided over four separate days in the High Court last week as Section 342A of the Insolvency Act was finally ruled upon, directing what constitutes an excessive contribution to a pension scheme which can be set aside by a trustee in bank