Begbies Traynor launches business advisory practice

Begbies Traynor Group has split off its non-insolvency work and launched a boutique practice, BTG Advisory, providing commercial, strategic and partner-led advice to companies, investors, lenders and other stakeholders

BTG Advisory is the consolidation of all of the group's non-insolvency service offerings, including BTG Financial Consulting, into one unified business, which the firm says creates a highly specialised boutique advisory and consultancy practice, serving clients both in the UK and internationally.

The business will deliver its services nationally via six UK offices (London, Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Birmingham and Bristol) and international assignments will be undertaken through BTG Advisory in the UK and their international alliance, BTG Global Advisory.

Mark Fry, head of advisory at BTG Advisory, said: ‘We are extremely excited to announce the launch of BTG Advisory today, bringing together a specialist team of experts offering boutique, partner-led advice across the full range of professional services, from corporate finance and financial consulting to litigation support, expert forensic consulting as well as restructuring and turnaround advice.

‘As well as our established national network in the UK, we also have the capability to undertake significant international assignments through our global alliance, BTG Global Advisory, advising many leading banks, law firms, private equity and other funds, bankruptcy debtors, creditor committees and operating companies, across all continents and multiple offshore centres.’

Report by Pat Sweet

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