Welcome to the Croydon office of Begbies Traynor – we’re the UK’s leading provider of advice and support to companies facing financial crisis and the prospect of becoming insolvent.
The expertise and knowledge we have at our Croydon office and all others throughout the UK is comprehensive when it comes to all issues of corporate insolvency and business rescue. We have been providing support to directors of companies in financial distress from more than 30 years and we have a huge wealth of relevant experience.
If you would like to find out more about how Begbies Traynor can help you understand your options and make decisions with greater confidence you can call your nearest office any time. We’ll be happy to meet with you for a confidential consultation either at one of our offices or at your home or workplace.
Our aim is always to deliver information and provide clarity where and when it is needed most by directors and stakeholders at companies in distress. These situations can be very testing for the individuals involved and having clarity on the most important issues can be enormously valuable.
We always work closely with directors and management teams to help them move confidently towards outcomes that are in their own and their companies’ best interest, whether or not that means formally entering insolvency.
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BTG Advisory, the boutique advisory arm of Begbies Traynor Group announces the appointment of four new partners to its Canary Wharf officeRead more →
Administrators have been appointed at Cookeze Limited, the Lancashire‐based event catering firm partly owned by acclaimed chef Nigel Smith.Read more →
Wrongful trading insolvency regulation suspended to protect coronavirus hit businesses on the brink of insolvency, employed members of staff and outstanding creditors.Read more →