Our expert team, led by insolvency director Chris Lawton, provide free confidential consultations to businesspeople struggling with problems such as cash flow, lack of funding, the loss of key clients or contracts, creditor pressure, HMRC debts and general financial troubles.
The sooner you look to tackle the problems your business is facing, the greater chance of turning around the situation. The first positive step is to call your local Begbies Traynor office and arrange a face-to-face meeting – allowing you to gain a full understanding of the options available to you. Our Cumbria based insolvency practitioners provide a free, no obligation consultation which can provide clarity on the options available to you and your business.
Other Begbies Traynor offices in the North West region are located in Blackpool, Preston, Manchester and Liverpool whilst meetings can also be conducted at a number of shared office locations across the region.
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Circular 1 Health, an award-winning Covid-testing contractor during the pandemic, has entered into administration.Read more →
On 10 March 2023, the company behind Globix, Miracle World Ventures Limited (“the Company”, “MW”) was placed into voluntary liquidation in the British Virgin Islands. Who are the liquidators…Read more →