Louise Baxter opened up the Begbies Traynor office in Cambridge and she continues to lead a team of insolvency practitioners as a partner at the site. Louise has been helping company directors and business owners tackle issues around insolvency and liquidation for 25 years.
Experts at our Cambridge office are perfectly placed to advise on any type or scale of financial problem and to support individual directors through what can be exceptionally tough decision-making processes.
Begbies Traynor has offices the length and breadth of the UK and that network helps us to deliver unrivalled levels of expertise in the realms of insolvency, liquidation, receivership and administration, as well as corporate restructuring and recovery. If you’re faced with the prospect of financial disaster then it’s essential to know all the facts about the options available and Begbies Traynor can provide them with unerring accuracy and reliable expertise.
If you’re looking for guidance on any subject relating to corporate finance or business recovery then you can contact any Begbies Traynor office to arrange a free initial consultation and to discuss your options. Dealing with worsening debt problems can be a stressful situation, but there are solutions available to help individuals and their companies make the best of bad scenarios and Begbies Traynor can offer specialist guidance on each of them. Contact us directly to find out how we might be able to start helping you.
We do have an additional office in the East of England region which is located in Southend, Milton Keynes and Guildford which you may find more convenient for you.
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