Welcome to Begbies Traynor Group in Scarborough. Our team of licensed insolvency practitioners and business rescue experts are here to support you and your business with a range of closure and rescue options.
Our services include professional advice and practical support. If your business has entered insolvency and cannot be saved, for example, we can act as liquidators in a Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation (CVL).
This effectively closes your business down, but if your poor financial position is irreversible, it is the best option as it prevents further financial losses for creditors. Our Scarborough team can support you and your company throughout this process.
We will explain the potential ramifications of failing to place your company’s creditors first, and the significant benefits of entering CVL as opposed to compulsory liquidation by a creditor.
The coronavirus pandemic has created considerable financial problems for businesses across the board, and as the UK’s leading insolvency practice we have vast experience of helping businesses deal with the economic fallout from the pandemic.
As business rescue and recovery specialists we can also offer a wide range of solutions and debt remedies if your company is still viable. Depending on your individual business this might include sourcing alternative finance to support working capital for the long-term.
Other rescue services include company restructure and guidance on HMRC’s support for businesses with tax arrears. We also provide advice and practical help for directors wishing to enter solvent liquidation.
Our Scarborough office is easily reached in the town centre and we operate other offices in Yorkshire, including York. Time is of the essence if your company is in financial distress, and you need to take action quickly. With this in mind we offer telephone and video consultations to company directors, ensuring you can easily access the information you need.
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