Neil Vinnicombe, Begbies Traynor

Begbies Traynor Insolvency Practitioner
Exchange House
12-14 The Crescent
I am looking to assist companies or individuals address financial issues.

Business Description

Begbies Traynor is the UK's leading business recovery and restructuring specialist. We provide advice designed to help people and companies deal successfully with debt and financial problems – and wherever possible, we will find the best solution that allows for active steps towards financial recovery.

I am a licenced Insolvency Practitioner and have been advising companies and individuals of all shapes and sizes for over 35 years finding suitable solutions to help overcome financial difficulties. Initial meetings are free and often held at client's premises where appropriate and are totally confidential.

My aim is to help a company or individual avoid a formal insolvency process often involving acting at very short notice.

I have sold the business and assets of many companies across a wide variety of sectors and also been involved more recently in selling the entire shareholding of a company e.g including its liabilities as well as its assets. I also act as a Receiver of property so often have commercial and occasionally residential property to dispose of.

We act for a variety of work providers (accountants,solicitors, banks etc)  and also specialise in solvent liquidation work extracting cash for shareholders at 10% tax rates where Business Asset Disposal Relief applies. We undertake solvent liquidations at a fixed competitive fee. 

My Recommendations

I have known Neil for a number of years and always find him approachable and helpful. He has helped my clients when they really needed someone to talk to and didn't know which way to turn

Neil is also very well connected and adds another dimension to the club

from David Baum

I would have no hesitation in recommending Neil to my clients. He is the ultimate professional but also a smashing human being who explains how he can really help businesses. If in doubt, just ask Neil, he looks at situations not just through the lens of an insolvency practioner, but what might benefit a client from his involvement from a wider perspective.

from Ellen Yeates