Welcome to the Eastleigh office of Begbies Traynor. We provide services to companies that need to carefully consider their closure or their recovery options in our capacity as a group of licensed insolvency practitioners.
We at Begbies Traynor are exceptionally well-placed to advise any business on a full range of issues relating to company administration, liquidation, receivership or company voluntary arrangements. Services are provided from our office in Eastleigh to businesses and directors throughout Hampshire and across the South Coast region.
Begbies Traynor is firmly established as a leading provider of advisory support on corporate insolvency issues and we have helped hundreds of businesses in dealing with financial challenges of all sorts. We are able to draw upon a very extensive array of highly specialist expertise from across our hugely knowledgeable and experienced workforce based across our UK-wide office network.
Our experts understand just how difficult it can be to lead a company that’s faced with serious financial difficulties and our guidance is always as clear and concise as possible. We can work with you in considering all your options moving forward on a personal basis and in relation to your company’s prospects, whatever form of insolvency, liquidation or restructuring strategies may be required.
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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 →
Following calls to help those in rented accommodation to weather the financial impact of the coronavirus outbreak, the government recently announced new legislation to protect tenants from facing eviction from their property for the next three months.Read more →