Monday to Friday 08:45 - 17:15
Regional Managing Partner
Welcome to Begbies Traynor in the heart of Glasgow. We are a group of licensed insolvency practitioners offering a number of services to help businesses in financial distress.
Our Glasgow office is one of an extensive network of offices across the UK, including four offices in Scotland, underlining our commitment to businesses in financial strife and cementing our status as the UK’s leading independent business recovery practice.
Recognising the problem and taking expert advice as early as possible may allow a business turnaround or recovery plan to be formulated and successfully implemented. Begbies Traynor’s restructuring and insolvency specialists have considerable expertise working with businesses of all sizes, in a variety of sectors, and can demonstrate an impressive track record in reviewing and restructuring businesses.
Depending on the gravity of your financial circumstances, we can pinpoint the right process, whether that means company administration, company voluntary arrangements (CVAs), liquidation or factoring and invoice discounting to name just a few. We can also offer support if you are under scrutiny from HMRC, have a number of disgruntled creditors or facing a winding-up petition.
Our insolvency practitioners can also help company directors with personal insolvency matters and in the right circumstances, set up trust deeds, debt arrangement schemes (DAS) and bankruptcy/sequestration processes.
Our primary objective from the outset is always to try to restructure a struggling company to attain a positive outcome, although time can often be of the essence. A proactive approach to tackling company debts is always the most beneficial approach.
If you’re in the Glasgow area and require professional, independent advice, contact your local Begbies Traynor office for a free initial consultation. Ken Pattullo, Partner at the Glasgow office, will be on-hand to discuss your situation with you. Ken has a broad range of experience in Corporate Rescue and Recovery, as well as in turnaround and restructuring, corporate and personal insolvency, investigations and IBRs.
Insolvency risk increases for Scottish firms
December 21st 2017
The number of Scottish companies at higher than average risk of insolvency has risen by 36% over the course of 2017.