Our Cardiff office lies in the heart of the city and is a major operating base for Begbies Traynor in Wales. Heading up the Cardiff office as a company partner is Huw Powell.
As well as in Cardiff, we also have an office in Swansea and our Welsh bases form part of a broader network that covers the length and breadth of the UK. There are now many separate Begbies Traynor offices and each of them has its own team of highly skilled, experienced and passionate insolvency practitioners.
Our nationwide presence enables us to utilise resources and expertise on an unrivalled scale in the UK and we can deliver support to struggling companies and their directors wherever they might be around the country.
At Begbies Traynor, we realise that no company manager or director ever wants to make the call to ask for help with a worsening financial position or debts that are running out of control. But the reality is that ignoring these kinds of issues and failing to understand the options available is far less favourable than reaching out for assistance and support.
In fact, the sooner our experts are able to get a sense of your situation and assess the options on your behalf, the sooner we can start putting together a plan and you can start resolving the key issues you have at hand. Start the process with a free initial discussion by calling one of our offices to make an appointment.
We do have an additional office in Wales which is located in Swansea which you may find more convenient for you.
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