Welcome to the Inverness office of Begbies Traynor – the UK’s leading provider of advisory services and support to companies in financial distress.
Our team of insolvency practitioners and business rescue experts stands ready to help and advise you carefully if you are leading a company in financial crisis. Regardless of the size of your company or the nature of the challenges you’re facing, we at Begbies Traynor are exceptionally well-placed to give you the information and guidance you need to look to the future with confidence.
There are Begbies Traynor offices in all parts of the UK, including here in Scotland and we work closely with company directors and other stakeholders to provide clarity on insolvency issues wherever it’s needed throughout the country.
Our services are provided on a one-to-one basis and our advice is always 100 per cent confidential. Decision makers need to be as well-informed as possible when their company’s finances are in real trouble and acting fast can be vitally important. At Begbies Traynor we’ve been supporting individuals and businesses in these situations for several decades and our experts in Inverness have comprehensive knowledge of all the key issues involved in corporate recovery and insolvency scenarios.
You can arrange a consultation with us at our Inverness office any time and we can meet you at your home or at your place of work at a moment that suits you. We’ll always be happy to help.
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