Welcome to Begbies Traynor Group in Rochdale. We have a strong presence across the north west including several offices across Greater Manchester, with Rochdale being one of our most recent office additions.
If you’re looking for insolvency practitioners in Rochdale to assist with a company distress scenario, look no further than Dean Watson and his team. Dean is a Partner at Begbies Traynor and is highly experienced at assessing and managing situations where a business can no longer meet its financial liabilities. Dean has worked on hundreds of cases over the years across a range of sectors including professional services, media, sport, construction, manufacturing, and retail to name just several.
For insolvent companies, taking early advice is key. It is essential that the company does not run itself into deeper trouble as this can worsen the position of the company’s creditors, which is in breach of a director’s fiduciary duties. You can seek the advice of a licensed insolvency practitioner from Begbies Traynor via a free consultation; Dean would be happy to assist and help you understand the potential options available.
The earlier we can assess the financial situation, the likelihood increases of finding a positive turnaround situation. This could be a company administration, a CVA, or simply negotiating informally with creditors and/or HMRC to find your business more time to pay.
We offer all directors and stakeholders a free, no-obligation consultation. If you would like to arrange a meeting with our Rochdale office, or alternatively set up a phone or video call, please get in touch and we will be happy to assist. Our experience and expertise can help guide your business through troubled waters.
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