Welcome to the Begbies Traynor office in Colchester. We are the UK’s foremost provider of advisory services around corporate insolvency and circumstances of financial distress.
Our experts work closely with company directors and management teams across the region and support them in making tough decisions when their businesses are faced with the prospect of insolvency or they’re in need of financial rescue. As an organisation, we have over three decades of experience in providing advice and guidance in insolvency situations and our team in Colchester is comprised of highly experienced specialists in the field.
You can arrange a consultation with a Begbies Traynor expert any time simply by calling your nearest office. We have bases throughout the UK and we’ll be happy to discuss your situation at a location and a time of your choosing. Our focus is always squarely on providing clear and actionable advice to relevant decision makers. We work with companies of all sizes and across all industry sectors.
We know from experience just how challenging it can be on a personal level for anyone leading a company faced with insolvency. If you find yourself in that situation then getting the right advice can be crucial. Call today to find out how we can help.
2nd Thoughts Ltd, trading as Ellie Louise and Happit, was sold by our Leeds team after this long established chain fell victim to the retail sector downturn. Moving quickly they secured a buyer three …Read more →
The Company had relationships with some national house builders as well as smaller Companies. They had experienced cash flow issues due to slow paying debtors and this meant that they had fallen beh…Read more →
New research from Begbies Traynor, the UK’s leading independent insolvency firm, reveals the number of businesses in significant1 financial distress has risen to 494,000Read more →
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.Read more →