The Begbies Traynor Oxford office is led by our regional managing partner Julie Palmer, who has a wealth of experience as an insolvency practitioner and is among the most highly regarded figures in our industry.
Julie and her teams across the south-west of England provide expert guidance to companies facing serious financial difficulties and the prospect of insolvency.
Begbies Traynor is a leading provider of advice and support to companies in financial trouble and that position is reinforced by our nationwide network of offices. We work closely with directors and other stakeholders to outline the options available when insolvency is fast becoming a reality that needs to be addressed. We have specialist knowledge on all matters relating to liquidation of assets, company voluntary arrangements (CVAs) and receivership.
If you are a company director and you’re worried about your ability to manage your finances and satisfy creditors effectively then we can help. What you will need is clear information on the key issues and the options available. Our specialist knowledge and unrivalled expertise means we can shed light on the most troubling aspects of a distressed financial scenario.
There is rarely an easy route away from serious financial difficulty as an individual or a business but with the right assistance it is possible to make the best of even the most testing of situations. Talk to us in full confidence in a free initial consultation to see how we may be able to best assist you.
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