Welcome to the London City office of Begbies Traynor, situated in Canary Wharf. We are a group of licensed insolvency practitioners and rescue professionals providing services to assist the stakeholders of troubled businesses.
Established in 1989, Begbies Traynor serves clients from the capital and beyond from our flagship office in Canary Wharf, which is part of our nationwide network of offices, emphasising our commitment to supporting the financial industry and the stakeholders of businesses in distress, cementing our status as the UK’s leading independent practice of corporate rescue and recovery specialists.
If you have individual or business concerns relating to finance and require expert advice, or if you’re a creditor or professional involved with a business in financial strife – Begbies Traynor can help.
Our goal is to reach the most positive outcome for all parties involved in the most efficient and effective manner. Our solutions will take into account all stakeholders and ensure all rights are recognised and respected.
Through our vast experience, we can help businesses in all sectors and practically all circumstances. Depending on the gravity of your situation, we can talk you through numerous services including – but not limited to – company administration, company voluntary arrangements (CVAs), liquidations, factoring and invoice discounting. We can also offer support if you’re under pressure from creditors and HMRC, or if you’ve been threatened with a winding-up petition. We can also assist directors with a number of personal insolvency procedures, such as individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs) and bankruptcy filings.
Wherever possible, our sole objective is to find the best solution that allows for active steps towards financial recovery. The sooner we can help, the more chance we have of reaching a positive outcome for all parties.
If you’re in the London area and require professional, independent advice, contact your local Begbies Traynor office.
Mark Fry, our Regional Managing Partner, has a wealth of experience in all forms of corporate rescue and recovery and will be happy to talk through the available options via a free initial consultation.
489,000 businesses in significant financial distress – a 40% increase since the EU referendum
October 17th 2019
Number of businesses in significant distress now 489,000 – an increase of 22,000 since Q3:2018 Numbers of businesses in significant distress has risen by 139,000 since the 2016 EU referendum Busi…