Begbies Traynor can assist company directors, shareholders and other individuals affected by insolvency across the Staffordshire region from our office in Stoke-on-Trent. The Stoke office is led by licensed insolvency practitioner Diane Dunion, who can draw on almost 30 years’ insolvency experience to provide workable solutions to your most difficult financial problems.
Knowing precisely which path to take when your company is facing financial distress can be a huge area of concern. At Begbies Traynor we have an outstanding track record of delivering reliable and actionable advice that helps companies and their directors deal with insolvency issues appropriately and confidently.
Key to our service is our understanding that directors of companies facing financial distress need straightforward guidance and practical answers to specific questions. With that in mind, our highly experienced practitioners throughout the UK are able to provide valuable support which makes a significant difference as to the eventual outcome.
Our priority will always be to try and save a company should this be a viable prospect; however, when closure is the only realistic option, we can effect an orderly shut down of the business minimising the fallout to creditors and shareholders as much as possible.
If you are currently feeling pressured by creditors and you’re concerned at your ability to satisfy their demands, the sooner you get advice on your options the stronger your business is likely to be in the longer term. Call any Begbies Traynor office today to arrange a free initial consultation and to discuss your issues in complete confidence.
Begbies Traynor acquires Stoke insolvency firm
June 10th 2019
A prominent firm of Stoke on Trent insolvency practitioners, Dunion & Co, has been acquired by leading corporate recovery and professional services business, Begbies Traynor.
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…