Welcome to Begbies Traynor in the South Yorkshire town of Rotherham. Our experienced team is led by Kris Wigfield – a licensed insolvency practitioner and familiar face across the business region.
Kris and his team are here to help company directors and stakeholders in times of financial distress. Following the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent national lockdowns, there has been a steep rise in business distress across Yorkshire and the wider UK. Hundreds of thousands of businesses are still trying to pick up the pieces but government support can only help to a certain extent. Beyond that, it’s a case of whether the damage is repairable and whether the business can still be viable.
If you are concerned about your business’ financial situation, contact Kris and his team for a free confidential consultation. We can provide the support you need – just as we do for company directors every day by providing clarity and objectivity in a jargon-free manner.
If you have concerns about HMRC arrears, cash flow problems, creditor pressure, business rates, personal guarantees, and director liability concerns to name just several – our team in Rotherham can provide the guidance you need on any of these issues and more.
We can outline all the possible solutions ranging from insolvent closure options such as liquidation, to rescue services such as administration, CVAs, and injections of finance.
Contact our Rotherham office today for your free confidential consultation with Kris or a member of his team and take the first steps towards solving your business distress.
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