Julie Palmer leads the services offered from the Begbies Traynor office in Milton Keynes. She has a huge wealth of highly relevant expertise and specialist knowledge as an insolvency practitioner and business rescue expert.
Specialist advice can be provided by our team in Milton Keynes in the context of company administrations, liquidation, receivership and company voluntary arrangements (CVAs). We work with individual company directors and their management teams throughout the South East of England and we have an extensive network of offices across the UK.
We understand how challenging it can be to lead a company which is faced with serious financial difficulties and the prospect of insolvency. Our goal is always to provide clear, concise and actionable guidance that is based on a comprehensive appreciation of the options available and the potential consequences in every instance.
In Milton Keynes, as throughout the rest of the country, we approach each and every situation with a sense of purpose and an understanding that no two business rescue or insolvency scenarios are exactly alike. Our advice is always tailored to the individual circumstances and needs of the companies involved and their directors.
If you need any form of support in assessing your options with regard to insolvency, administration, liquidation or business restructuring, you can contact our experts based in Milton Keynes directly. We will be happy to help and also have offices in Northampton, Cambridge, Oxford, London and Birmingham.
Marco appointed to key role at Begbies Traynor's Milton Keynes office
February 8th 2018
Business recovery specialists Begbies Traynor has made a key appointment on the back of launching a new office in Milton Keynes. Marco Piacquadio has taken up the role of appointment taking director at the office, which is based in Exchange House, on Mids
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…