David set up David Horner & Co in 2001 and after a very successful 6 years the company merged with Begbies Traynor in late 2007. David was joined by Mike Jenkins and they have continued to work on a wide spectrum of insolvency cases based throughout Yorkshire and the North East.
The Begbies Traynor office in Doncaster is one of six operating bases we have across the Yorkshire and Humberside region. We also have offices in Halifax, Hull, Leeds, Sheffield, York and Scunthorpe where we have teams of insolvency practitioners who provide vital support and clear guidance to both individuals and companies facing financial distress.
Addressing the realities of an unsustainable financial position is not easy, but the consequences of ignoring the issues can be long-lasting and extremely damaging. However, with the right advice and information, there is scope for any kind of company to make the best of any circumstance and move forward with positivity.
Begbies Traynor has a solid and proven track record of helping companies in a wide range of industry sectors to resolve their financial problems. Regardless of the nature or the gravity of the cash flow or debt-related issues you’re facing, we can help.
You can call today to arrange for a free initial consultation with one of our experts in Doncaster, or any location of your choosing in the UK.
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