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With a wealth of experience advising directors and shareholders facing corporate insolvency, Gillian Sayburn is one of the north-east's leading insolvency experts. She's been with Begbies Traynor since 1999, initially working in our Head Office in Manchester before moving to our Nottingham base in 2004. Four years later, Gillian made the move back to her native north-east when our Newcastle office opened and she regularly works between both north-east offices - here and Teeside. Gillian is a Chartered Certified Accountant and a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner. She is also an ACCA Northern Counties Panel member.
The Newcastle office of Begbies Traynor is one of several in the north-east. Each of our operating bases has teams of dedicated business rescue experts and licensed insolvency practitioners providing assistance and support wherever it is needed.
There is rarely an easy way to deal with serious financial difficulties, but confronting the issues and understanding the options is the first step towards finding a workable solution. Begbies Traynor has unrivalled expertise in these areas and we deliver clear guidance to directors facing the stress of seeing their company come under increasing pressure from creditors.
We also offer advice to creditors and to anyone involved professionally in a situation relating to corporate insolvency or business recovery. Resolving issues around debt management, liquidation, administration and bankruptcy can be extremely challenging, but with an imaginative and well-informed approach, there is much that can be done to limit the damaging effects of financial distress.
Whatever your situation or the size of your company, Begbies Traynor can help you find a route to a stronger financial position and a more sustainable future. Call us directly today to arrange a free initial consultation at our Newcastle office or at any other location.
We do have an additional an additional office in the North East region which are located in Teesside which you may find more convenient for you.
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