Welcome to our Peterborough office - Begbies Traynor is the UK’s leading provider of advisory services and support to companies in financial distress.
We offer one-to-one confidential advice and guidance to directors or companies who face an uncertain future and the prospect of being forced into insolvency. Our team in Peterborough is comprised of hugely experienced insolvency practitioners, as well as business recovery and rescue experts.
It is always the aim of our teams, whether in Peterborough or anywhere else, to provide the clearest possible advice where it is needed most. We work closely with individual directors to help them understand as fully as possible all the options available in a given situation. With more than 30 years of experience in the field, we at Begbies Traynor understand just how challenging it can be to lead a company in financial crisis and we always have that very much in mind.
To arrange a consultation with one of our local specialists, call our Peterborough office directly. We can meet with you at our office or at any other location of your choosing. The aim of this meeting will be to get a general sense of the problems you’re facing and to outline some of the solutions that might help you move your situation forward.
2nd Thoughts Ltd, trading as Ellie Louise and Happit, was sold by our Leeds team after this long established chain fell victim to the retail sector downturn. Moving quickly they secured a buyer three …Read more →
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New research from Begbies Traynor, the UK’s leading independent insolvency firm, reveals the number of businesses in significant1 financial distress has risen to 494,000Read more →
Humberts, a firm of national residential and commercial property agents that has been established since 1845, has now been purchased by Humberts Group Limited from Begbies Traynor after it fell into administration in December 2019.Read more →