Monday to Friday 09:00 - 17:15
Welcome to the Southend office of Begbies Traynor. As licensed insolvency practitioners, we offer a number of professional services to help financially stricken businesses and turn around companies in distress. We are committed to helping directors in Southend and across the country through our nationwide network of offices, underlining our status as the UK’s leading independent business recovery specialists.
Our key services include, though are not limited to, company voluntary arrangements (CVAs), administrations, liquidations, factoring and invoice discounting and other support services for businesses that are under pressure from HMRC, or other creditors, or that face facing winding-up petitions. We can also help company directors with personal insolvency solutions, such as individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs) and bankruptcy processes.
Time is often of the essence when company debts are escalating: the sooner we can affect the situation, the greater chance we have of securing the best solution for all parties.
We seek imaginative solutions for the benefit of all stakeholders, whether involving formal insolvency or not, recognising and protecting the rights of all involved. Wherever possible, the optimum route is often to keep a company’s business operating, thus generating income for creditors and assisting the sale of the business as a going concern.
If you wish to discuss your business situation, we offer a free initial consultation; contact your local Begbies Traynor office to make an appointment. We’re close to the town centre and equidistant from the three local railway stations: Southend Victoria, Southend Central and Southend East.
Partner Jamie Taylor is a fellow of the Society of Practitioners of Insolvency, a member of the Institute of Directors, and a fellow of the Insolvency Practitioners Association, and he will be happy to talk through your options with you.
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March 22nd 2018
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