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Exeter Office - Insolvency Practitioners

Welcome to Begbies Traynor Exeter. We are a group of licensed Insolvency Practitioners in Exeter offering services to help companies with either rescue or closure options.

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With over 30 years’ experience in the field of corporate insolvency and recovery, Ian Walker is a very highly regarded figure in our industry and an important member of the Begbies Traynor team in the south-west of England. Ian joined us in 2000 and since then, he’s been helping to ensure companies based in and around Exeter get expert advice whenever they face financial difficulties and the threat of insolvency.

Facing up to, and tackling serious financial trouble and distress is not easy and it presents even the most able company directors with stiff challenges to overcome. Begbies Traynor’s Exeter office is staffed with experienced specialists and insolvency practitioners who provide the advice and guidance that is so badly needed under these circumstances.

What matters most when your company is struggling to stay afloat and fend off creditors is that you understand your options as fully as possible and that’s where we at Begbies Traynor can help. Without a working awareness of what choices remain feasible, a bad financial position can easily become far worse and the scope of potential routes forward will diminish.

Begbies Traynor has a strong reputation and a proven track record of working with, and providing valuable services to companies of all sizes - from local SMEs through to international corporations. To find out how we might be able to help you, call us directly to arrange a free initial confidential consultation.

We do have further offices in the South-West region which are located in Bath, Bournemouth, BristolCheltenham, OxfordSalisbury and Swindon which you may find more convenient for you.

Exeter Address Balliol House, Southernhay Gardens, Exeter, Devon, EX1 1NP.
Office Hours:
Monday to Friday 09:00 - 17:15

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Case Studies

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2nd Thoughts Ltd

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 …

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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…

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JAG Communications

JAG Communications Ltd, the third largest mobile phone retailer in the UK, experienced a cash crisis after abort the purchase of a large number of extra retail outlets. This was compounded by borrowin…

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Capital Print & Display

This London-based large-scale printer was given a cash payment to move from its site by the London Development Agency (LDA), making way for London’s 2012 Olympic Park. After moving, the firm experie…

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Begbies Traynor News

Begbies Traynor Acquires Exeter-based Regeneratus Consulting to expand advisory offering
October 10th 2019

Begbies Traynor Group plc, the business recovery, financial advisory and property services consultancy, has acquired Regeneratus Consulting 1 Limited, an Exeter-based advisory practice

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Jobs secured after new renewable energy company is formed
September 1st 2017

The future of 44 jobs has been saved after funding was secured to set up a new renewable energy company.

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Moratorium on Statutory Demands and Winding Up Petitions Extended by Government
January 11th 2021

The government has extended what is effectively a temporary ban on the use of statutory demands or winding up petitions in the context of commercial property leases where tenants cannot afford to pay their rent due to Covid-19.

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