Official corporate insolvency figures, provided by the Insolvency Service, show that Begbies Traynor Group – of which Real Business Rescue is a major part of – has retained its position as the UK's leading business recovery firm based on the amount of insolvency appointments the company has handled.
No other corporate insolvency firm has handled as many appointments as Begbies Traynor in 2016, with the group taking on more than 1,300 new cases, including 782 liquidations and 83 company administrations; the most common types of formal insolvency procedure within the UK.
Real Business Rescue, the director-facing website owned by Begbies Traynor Group, has played a pivotal role in driving these figures.
The research was undertaken using data provided by Dun & Bradstreet (comprising data sourced from Companies House, the London Gazette, the Edinburgh Gazette and the Belfast Gazette) as well as information from “Accountant in Bankruptcy” (official recorder of all corporate insolvency appointments in Scotland).
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