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Leicester Office - Insolvency Practitioners

Welcome to Begbies Traynor Leicester. We are a group of licensed Insolvency Practitioners near Leicester offering services to help companies with either rescue or closure options.
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Martin Buttriss

Partner

Welcome to the Leicester office of Begbies Traynor; the UK’s leading provider of advisory services and support to companies in financial distress.

Our team in Leicester comprises licensed insolvency practitioners and business rescue experts with substantial experience in providing one-to-one confidential advice. We provide comprehensive guidance to company directors whose operations are in financial trouble and facing the prospect of insolvency.

Leading a company in times of financial distress can be very testing for directors on a personal level and we work closely with the individuals affected to support them in making the best decisions for the future. We do so by providing the clearest possible advice and information at all times and ascertain the best route forward on both a corporate and personal level.

We can arrange a consultation with a Begbies Traynor expert based in Leicester at your convenience and on a completely confidential basis. Our aim is always to help directors work confidently towards the best possible outcomes for their companies, whether that involves insolvency solutions or not.

In addition to our office here in Leicester, we have numerous others in the Midlands area, including in central Birmingham, Nottingham, Coventry, Wolverhampton and Stoke-on-Trent. Call us directly any time to arrange a free initial consultation.

Begbies Traynor can deliver valuable support regardless of the size of your company or the nature of the financial issues it is facing. Contact your nearest office to arrange an initial consultation and to find out how we might be able to help you.

Leicester Address 1st Floor Gateway House, Grove Business Park, Enderby, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE19 1SY
Office Hours:
Monday to Friday 09:00 - 17:15

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Case Studies


Electric motors
Electrical Manufacturers

The company, based in the East Midlands, manufactured electric motors and generators . The business had reported lower than anticipated sales through the course of the year and had also suffered two q…

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Architect making a model house
Architects

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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A forklift carrying a large box
Electrical Wholesaler

The Company imported much of its stock from China and had experienced cash flow problems due to poor exchange rates and declining sales. The Company had also exceeded its credit limits with its primar…

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Begbies Traynor News


Begbies Traynor poised for Leicestershire expansion with heavyweight hires
October 17th 2019

Begbies Traynor is expanding in Leicestershire with the arrival of seasoned insolvency practitioners, Martin Buttriss and Carolynn Best to head up the firm’s new offices at the Grove Business Park in Leicester. 

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Administrators appointed for Cookeze Limited
March 30th 2020

Administrators have been appointed at Cookeze Limited, the Lancashire‐based event catering firm partly owned by acclaimed chef Nigel Smith.

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COVID-19 - Wrongful trading temporarily suspended for struggling businesses
March 30th 2020

Wrongful trading insolvency regulation suspended to protect coronavirus hit businesses on the brink of insolvency, employed members of staff and outstanding creditors.

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