Welcome to Begbies Traynor in the heart of Leeds. We are a group of licensed insolvency practitioners offering a number of services to assist financially-stricken businesses across the Yorkshire region.
We provide our services not only in Leeds but also through an extensive network of offices across the country. They include offices in nearby Doncaster, Halifax, Sheffield and York, emphasising our commitment to businesses in distress across the region and underlining our position as the UK’s leading independent business recovery practice. If you require expert advice on financial difficulties relating to your business, if you’re a creditor or professionally involved with a business that is in financial distress – Begbies Traynor can help.
Our mantra is to find the best possible resolution for all parties in the most effective and timely manner possible. Any potential process will clearly take all stakeholders into account and ensure all rights are respected.
We have a number of key services which, after forming a plan of action, will be tailored to improve your company’s health or – alternatively – find the right exit strategy. We can help you, as a company director, with personal insolvency matters and set up individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs) and bankruptcy processes. We can also talk you through numerous company solutions including – but not limited to – company administration, company voluntary arrangements (CVAs), liquidations, factoring and invoice discounting.
Our primary objective is to breathe new life into your business and lead it towards financial recovery wherever possible, but time is often of the essence. The sooner we can help, the more chance we have of reaching a positive outcome for all parties. We understand that no two businesses are the same and deliver a fresh approach to every issue we face.
If you’re in the Leeds area and require professional, independent advice, contact your local Begbies Traynor office. Julian Pitts, our Regional Managing Partner, has a wealth of experience in all aspects of insolvency and corporate recovery work and is on-hand to discuss your situation with you.
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