Begbies Traynor Group launches worldwide insolvency, restructuring and financial advisory group

Posted On: 3rd June 2015
Begbies Traynor Group launches worldwide insolvency, restructuring and financial advisory group

Begbies Traynor Group, the specialist professional services consultancy, today announces the launch of BTG Global Advisory (www.btgga.com), an international alliance of independent insolvency, restructuring and financial advisory firms operating in key jurisdictions across the globe.

BTG Global Advisory advises leading banks, law firms, private equity and other funds, creditor committees, operating companies and other parties affected by distress, and has a particular focus on North America, Europe, Asia and Australasia. However full global coverage is assured via a comprehensive network of associate members.

The new alliance builds on the Group’s international network with a new structure, a new set of business objectives and the establishment of a core group of members, made up of:

Additionally the Group has a number of relationships with other large advisory practices in other major jurisdictions who are about to join BTG Global Advisory and these will be announced over the coming months.

Nigel Atkinson, Chief Executive of BTG Global Advisory, said: "As one of the world’s leading specialist independent insolvency and restructuring groups we have complete industry sector coverage, and all of our members are well-established and trusted professionals within each of their regions, giving us invaluable local knowledge globally.

“The wide range of skills at our disposal means that we are not limited to providing restructuring and insolvency services to distressed businesses, but can offer a complete range of services to underperforming and growing businesses and their stakeholders.”

The specialist services provided by the alliance include insolvency, turnaround advisory and implementation, performance improvement consulting, loan workout, interim management, investment banking, forensic accounting, managed exit services and complex cross-border M&A transactions.

Posted On: 3rd June 2015

Nigel has 34 years corporate recovery and restructuring advisory experience. He joined the firm in 2003 and is based in the London office. Prior to joining, he was a partner at Deloitte and subsequently took up CRO positions at various companies undergoing restructuring.

Nigel has experience in many business sectors and he specialises in airlines/transport, property and construction, manufacturing, finance and leisure.

Some of his larger cases include Silverjet Plc, British Island Airways Plc, Courtney Pope Plc, Clares Equipment Holdings, Willaire Group Plc, Figurehead Finance Plc, Abingworth Plc, Edencorp Leisure Plc, Mowat Group Plc, Rush & Tompkins Plc, Danair and Alitalia.

Nigel was the Joint Editor of “Guide to Insolvency in Europe” published by CCH Editions.