Welcome to Begbies Traynor Scunthorpe. We are a group of licensed Insolvency Practitioners helping companies with a range of rescue or closure options.
Our Scunthorpe site is one of more than 50 Begbies Traynor offices located up and down the country. This truly nationwide presence allows us to help individuals and company directors regardless of where they are based in the UK, while also offering a local point of contact.
The Scunthorpe office is headed up by Begbies Traynor partner and licensed insolvency practitioner Andrew Mackenzie, who along with his experienced team can help your company navigate its current difficulties by providing the expert advice and guidance you need during this worrying time. Whether you want to explore the various business rescue and recovery options available, or if you feel your company has reached the end of the road and you would like to close it down in the most appropriate way possible, we can help.
By taking the time to understand your business, its current difficulties, and how these problems came about, we are able to provide you with the bespoke and tailored advice you need to make the best decision for both yourself and your company.
In addition to our Scunthorpe site, we also have Begbies Traynor offices nearby in Doncaster, Hull, and Sheffield. You can contact any of our offices to arrange your free initial consultation with a licensed insolvency practitioner. During this meeting you will learn more about your options and find out how our experts are able to help you and your business take the next step.
Begbies Traynor expands business rescue and recovery services to Scunthorpe
September 10th 2018
Leading business rescue and recovery specialist Begbies Traynor is extending its reach in the Humber region with the opening of an office in Scunthorpe.
489,000 businesses in significant financial distress – a 40% increase since the EU referendum
October 17th 2019
Number of businesses in significant distress now 489,000 – an increase of 22,000 since Q3:2018 Numbers of businesses in significant distress has risen by 139,000 since the 2016 EU referendum Busi…