Begbies Traynor

Begbies Traynor Group sets up global fraud and risk division

Insolvency specialists formalise global forensic and security risk function

06 Sep 2010

Begbies administrators appointed to Realtime Worlds

Begbies Traynor partners Ken Patullo and Paul Dounis take on the administration of video game company Realtime Worlds

18 Aug 2010

Begbies administrators appointed at collapsed Goldtrail

Mark Fry and Jamie Taylor are appointed administrators to collapsed tour operator Goldtrail

20 Jul 2010

Begbies sets up 120-strong interim management panel

Begbies Traynor launches BRITE - a panel of 120 staff to provide interim turnaround help

14 Jul 2010

Begbies Traynor: Businesses owe nearly £70bn to creditors

Begbies Traynor data show businesses owe £69.5bn to creditors and corporate insolvencies could rise in 2011

08 Jul 2010

Begbies profits climb in 2010

Begbies posts £10.4m profits in 2010, up from £9.8m a year earlier

08 Jul 2010

Vantis employees find home at Begbies Traynor

Six senior people from Vantis join the tax practice at Begbies Traynor

02 Jul 2010

Begbies Traynor administrators called in to Connaught Square

Connaught Square, the developers of a £150m property site in Birmingham, have appointed Neil Mather and John Kelly as administrators

21 Jun 2010

Begbies CFO to leave for NCC

John Gittins to leave Begbies Traynor after three years

07 Jun 2010

Business owe more than £55bn to creditors

Companies under the cosh as creditors become more willing to take court action to recover what they are owed

27 Apr 2010

Begbies Traynor tax division declining

Accountancy practice sees its shares falls as its tax department shows signs of a struggle

27 Jan 2010

140,000 companies "in severe financial distress"-Begbies Traynor

Insolvency specialist says Q4 2009 figures come "despite government support measures"

18 Jan 2010

Lessons to be learned from Titcheners' collapse

As Titcheners goes into administration, a further 500 firms could be in financial difficulties, according to a Begbies Traynor report

26 Nov 2009

Firms struggle to stay afloat

The number of firms identified as having financial difficulties is spiralling, Begbies Traynor's Red Flag unit reports

26 Nov 2009

It's painful – but the best will survive recession

The rising number of insolvencies and the surge in firms in financial difficulty are worrying trends for the industry

25 Nov 2009

Worst 'yet to come' for insolvencies

Begbies expects "deluge" of insolvencies on 2010

20 Oct 2009

Begbies' results boosted by insolvencies

Strong insolvency performance from Begbies in 2008/2009, more of the same expected for the near future

13 Jul 2009

AATV: Are pre-pack administrations abusive?

Are pre-packs giving creditors a raw deal and those that use them an unfair advantage?

27 May 2009

Hudson leaves Begbies for Baker Tilly

David Hudson a long standing member of Begbies' insolvency practice is to join mid tier firm Baker Tilly

26 May 2009

On the money with Gavin Hinks

Mark Fry and David Hudson, of Begbies Traynor, have set themselves up with a battle after taking over the administration of Southampton Leisure, the parent company of Southampton Football Club

30 Apr 2009

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The Practitioner: Mastering a merger

The Practitioner calls for senior staff to step up to the plate: as clandestine merger meetings take place

Guest Column: My year as FD-turned-CEO

Richard Stone speaks openly about his first year as Share plc's CEO - having served as its FD

Leader: KPMG's SME move part of a worrying change to small practice landscape

KPMG's foray into the SME market will likely succeed, but it must convince clients it will ‘care' in the same way a ‘local' practice would


David vs Goliath? Small practitioners pick apart KPMG's SME move

Storm erupts after Big Four firm announces it will take on high-street accountants and the mid-tier accountancy firms that focus predominantly on SME market

Taking Stock: Mazuma's Blue (Peter) movie

Those crazy cats at Mazuma have filmed a brilliant Blue Peter-style video. They're wasted in number-crunching

Colin: Ben Affleck's costume drama

Colin wonders how much Ben Affleck's turn in The Accountant will differ from his previous roles

Taking Stock: Shooting begins on Affleck thriller The Accountant

Affleck is the star in Warner Brothers flick about and a mild-mannered accountant who becomes a high-class assassin by night

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