Welcome to Begbies Traynor Loughborough. We are a group of licensed Insolvency Practitioners near Loughborough offering services to help companies with either rescue or closure options.
Our Loughborough office is supported by a team of licensed insolvency practitioners and seasoned business recovery specialists with experience in providing first-hand support to companies in financial distress with slim prospects of recovery. If your business is facing financial difficulty, pressure from creditors and is subject to insolvency proceedings, our Loughborough team can explore the best options to keep your business afloat or close it efficiently.
We can offer a free, no-obligation consultation at our Loughborough office or a location of your choice. Our team are well equipped and highly experienced in rescuing businesses on the brink of collapse, confidentially advising you on the best corporate and personal solution.
We understand that if your business is in a deteriorating financial state, it is a necessity to access urgent specialist advice to protect the viability of the business and preserve the future of your brand. Our service is unmatched as our Loughborough office is headed up by heavyweight recruits Martin Buttriss and Carolynn Best, both partners with years of experience supporting businesses in financial distress.
In addition to our office here in Loughborough, we have several others in the Midlands area, including in Leicester, Birmingham, Nottingham, Coventry and Wolverhampton. Call our Loughborough office to arrange a free initial consultation at a time and location of your choosing.
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