Welcome to the Cannock office of Begbies Traynor, led by Yiannis Koumettou – an experienced insolvency practitioner and a well-known face across the Staffordshire business region. Yiannis and his team advise directors and stakeholders in financial distress – helping to provide clarity and options in times of uncertainty.
Yiannis’ team have an outstanding track record of delivering reliable and actionable advice that helps businesses deal with insolvency issues in an efficient manner. Regardless of the issues you are facing, we are on hand to support you through a free consultation.
Following the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns, business distress levels have risen across Staffordshire and the Midlands. Thousands of businesses are still trying ride out the storm after taking government support but the long-term effects could be critical. If you’re concerned about the financial position of your company, we can quickly ascertain whether the damage is repairable and if the business can still be viable.
Our priority is always to try and save a company where possible; however, when closure is the only realistic option, we can outline the liquidation procedure and put in place and orderly closure of the business minimising the fallout to creditors and shareholders as much as possible.
If cash flow is a more short-term issue, we can advise on business rescue options such as administration or a CVA.
Contact our Begbies Traynor office in Cannock today to arrange a free initial consultation and to discuss your issues in complete confidence.
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