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Southampton Office - Insolvency Practitioners

Welcome to Begbies Traynor Southampton. We are a group of licensed Insolvency Practitioners in Southampton offering services to help companies with either rescue or closure options.
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Stephen Powell


Our Southampton office is an important operating base for Begbies Traynor in the south-west of England and it’s one of many offices we have in locations dotted around the UK. We have dozens of insolvency practitioners and experts in every process relating to corporate insolvency, liquidation, business rescue and restructuring.

When a company is facing financial distress and struggling to fend off creditors, the pressures on individual directors can become intense and very difficult to deal with. Begbies Traynor can help to alleviate some of these pressures by offering clear answers to key questions and guidance on how to handle the most pressing matters.

It is too much to expect of company directors that they should become experts in insolvency and administration, which is why seeking out external assistance can make a big difference for the better in a situation where a business is dealing with real financial difficulty. We are well used to consulting with creditors and ensuring positive progress can be made regardless of the nature or scale of the problems being faced. We offer a first consultation in full confidence and free of charge. 

We do have a further two offices in the South-East region which are located in Brighton and Portsmouth, which you may find more convenient for you.

Southampton Address Threefield House, Threefield Lane, Southampton, SO14 3LP
Office Hours:
Monday to Friday 09:00 - 17:15

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Case Studies

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2nd Thoughts Ltd

2nd Thoughts Ltd, trading as Ellie Louise and Happit, was sold by our Leeds team after this long established chain fell victim to the retail sector downturn. Moving quickly they secured a buyer three …

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The Company had relationships with some national house builders as well as smaller Companies.  They had experienced cash flow issues due to slow paying debtors and this meant that they had fallen beh…

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Capital Print & Display

This London-based large-scale printer was given a cash payment to move from its site by the London Development Agency (LDA), making way for London’s 2012 Olympic Park. After moving, the firm experie…

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Gemma Group

Gemma Group (Whiteley Electronics and Gemma Electronics), supplied a major UK train builder. The group suffered losses in 2006/07, exacerbated by the economic downturn, leading to severe and increasin…

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Begbies Traynor News

Begbies Traynor appoints new head at Southampton office
October 11th 2018

Corporate recovery specialist Begbies Traynor has bolstered its growing team in Southampton with the appointment of a new partner who will head up the business in the city.  Steve Powell joins Begbie…

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Financial distress edges up as economy prepares for uncertain year ahead
January 30th 2017

276,518 UK businesses finished 2016 in a state of ‘Significant’ financial distress, 91% being SMEs New research from Begbies Traynor, the UK’s leading independent business recovery practice, sho…

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630,000 UK businesses now in significant financial distress as new lockdown comes into effect
January 21st 2021

The latest Red Flag Alert research for Q4 2020 has recorded 630,000 businesses in ‘significant distress1’ after the largest numerical quarterly leap (73,000) in financially distressed companies since Q2 2017. This 13% increase (from 557,000 in Q3 2020) co

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