Welcome to the Begbies Traynor office in Reading, where our resident team provides the highest calibre of advisory services and support to companies in financial distress.
We provide one-to-one confidential advice to anyone in need of clarity or guidance in relation to an issue of corporate insolvency or business rescue. Our experts in Reading have decades of experience providing these services and we work with company directors and management teams from companies of all sizes and across all industry sectors.
You can arrange an initial consultation with a member of our team simply by calling us directly. We will be happy to help and can meet with you at our offices in Reading, or at your workplace or in your home. We understand what a challenge in can be to lead a company faced with insolvency and our aim is always to provide the clearest possible information and guidance.
As the UK’s leading provider of corporate insolvency advisory services, the scope of our expertise in Reading and across the country is entirely comprehensive and we can help no matter the scale of your company. We also provide support regardless of whether or not formal insolvency solutions become necessary.
Call your nearest Begbies Traynor office to find out more about how we can help.
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Ian McCulloch and Chris Lawton of Begbies Traynor were appointed as joint administrators of Stone Edge Midlands Limited on 6 January 2020.Read more →
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