BTG Global Advisory is an international business and financial advisory group

BTG Global Advisory

BTG Global Advisory (BTG GA) covers all continents as well as multiple offshore centres, and is a trusted advisor to many leading banks, law firms, private equity and other funds, bankruptcy debtors and creditor committees, operating companies, and other parties affected by distress.

BTG GA is multidisciplinary, offering a broad range of professional services necessary to provide solutions to business problems. Its members include restructuring advisors and insolvency specialists; turnaround directors, workout and profit improvement consultants; forensics investigators and other litigation support professionals; and investment banking/M&A transaction advisors amongst other specialists.

Our members are leading players in their markets and have an international outlook, which reflects the increasingly global nature of business.

Who we have worked with...

Bank of America
Deutsche Bank
Royal Bank of Canada
Fannie Mae
General Electric
Verizon Wireless
Lloyds Banking Group
HSBC
RBS
Barclays
Delta Airlines
Santander

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Begbies Traynor partners appointed as joint liquidator for Envy Global Trading

Posted in: Begbies Traynor Group on 13/05/2021

Begbies Traynor partners appointed as joint liquidator for Envy Global Trading

A team from Begbies Traynor Group, led by Darren Reeds and Wesley Edwards, as well as Wong Joo Wan of Alternative Advisors Pte Ltd in Singapore, have been confirmed as joint liquidators of a…

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Macro inventory: US economy’s downside surprise, while ECB hints at asset tapering

Posted in: Begbies Traynor Group on 12/05/2021

Macro inventory: US economy’s downside surprise, while ECB hints at asset tapering

Uncertainty obscures the global economic outlook. In the short term, global growth will correlate with the pandemic’s path: from the efficacy of existing vaccines to stem the emergence of possible new Covid-19 variants to the effectiveness of policy action and the varying resilience of different economies to lockdown restrictions. But the long-term effects of the pandemic may take years to become apparent, such as changes in long-term supply and demand across economies and in the evolution of financial markets.

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Lunch n Learn Webinar: The State of Australia's Rural Economy

Posted in: Rodgers Reidy on 10/05/2021

Lunch n Learn Webinar: The State of Australia's Rural Economy

The rural economy in Australia has been through somewhat of a transition in the past 18 months. The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and changes to our export arrangements with other nations, includin…

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