Begbies Traynor

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Begbies administrators called to criticised property developer

Paul Stanley and Gary Lee called to Whispers Developments

19 Aug 2011

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Begbies administrators called to Kinetics

Begbies Traynor partners make severe redundancies at collapsed company following withdrawal of its supplier contracts

14 Jul 2011

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Begbies Traynor to sell tax and Red Flag divisions

Listed firm lines up divisional sales after profits slump

07 Jul 2011

Begbies Traynor recruits head of restructuring

Begbies Traynor partner Mark Fry takes on head of restructuring role

07 Jul 2011

Begbies Traynor continues to struggle

50 staff cut as lack of UK insolvencies hits insolvency specialists

09 Jun 2011

Ex-KPMG senior manager joins Smith & Williamson

Former KPMG senior manager and Begbies Traynor partner Gil Lemon takes up a restructuring and recovery director role at Smith & Williamson's Bristol office.

13 May 2011

Professional services sector struggling financially

Begbies Traynor's Red Flag report highlights 15,526 professional services firms in financial distress

13 Apr 2011

Begbies administrators called to Treasure Island

Brighton-based adventure park Treasure Island calls in Begbies Traynor administrators Jon Beard and Neil Mather

23 Mar 2011

Begbies Traynor to spend £3m in restructuring

Insolvency specialist firm Begbies Traynor will restructure its business at a cost of £3m

10 Mar 2011

Corporate insolvencies could rise 10% says Begbies Traynor

Insolvency firm Begbies Traynor's Red Flag report suggests 2011 could see corporate insolvencies rise 10% compared to last year

24 Jan 2011

Begbies' margins hit by lack of insolvencies

Half-yearly profits fall at Begbies Traynor, due to lower than expected flow of insolvencies

16 Dec 2010

Begbies Traynor expects pre-tax profits decline

Listed firm Begbies Traynor predicts pre-tax profits to be lower than last year

07 Dec 2010

Begbies still on acquisition trail

Begbies buys Wallets in Stoke to continue expansion through acquisitions

15 Nov 2010

Begbies Traynor acquires Hamiltons

Listed firm Begbies Traynor acquires Sheffeld-based business recovery firm Hamiltons

04 Nov 2010

Financial recovery in companies slows

Latest stats show slowdown in improvement of UK companies' financial position

13 Oct 2010

Bebgies Traynor results in line with expectations

Insolvency firm Begbies Traynor is expected to reveal that group trading is in line with market expectations, at today's annual general meeting

30 Sep 2010

Begbies Traynor appoints new pensions partner

Christopher Clayton joins firm from Close Borthers

30 Sep 2010

Le Berre new Euro chief for Begbies/Mesirow joint venture

Alain Le Berre named head of European restructuring at international joint venture

21 Sep 2010

News round-up 9 September 2010

The big stories on accountancyage.com from the last two weeks

09 Sep 2010

Begbies Traynor Group sets up global fraud and risk division

Insolvency specialists formalise global forensic and security risk function

06 Sep 2010

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