Begbies Traynor appoints Neil Cronshaw in creditor services role

02 December 2019 Consultancy.uk

Neil Cronshaw has joined Begbies Traynor as a Creditor Service Manager in the firm’s North West region. Cronshaw brings more than 20 years of insolvency experience to the role.

Begbies Traynor has one of the UK’s largest business recovery practices, handling the largest number of corporate appointments, principally serving the mid‐market and smaller companies. The firm has been benefitting from spiked demand for business recovery services in recent years. As it bids to keep up with the heightened needs of its clients in the UK’s turbulent market, it has hired a new senior professional to its creditor services team.

Neil Cronshaw has been appointed by Begbies Traynor to perform the role across the North West region. Cronshow will work in Manchester, Liverpool and Preston alongside existing creditor services teams in London and Sheffield. He will liaise with clients and the insolvency service in order to facilitate formal appointments for Begbies Traynor.

Begbies Traynor appoints Neil Cronshaw in creditor services role

Neil Cronshaw said of his new challenge, “I’m delighted to join Begbies Traynor and I’m looking forward to working with my new colleagues to build upon the existing services we offer nationally to businesses and individuals across the North West region.”

With more than twenty years of experience in the sector, Cronshow spent the last five years as an Insolvency Practice Manager with Shawcross Williams. Prior to this he held similar roles with MoneySave Financial Solutions, Company NameVarden Nuttall, Release Money Group, Dawson White and White & Co. He also obtained a degree in Accountancy and Business from Newcastle University.

Begbies Traynor Partner Paul Barber said, “Neil is an experienced operator in the insolvency industry and someone we are pleased to appoint in order to provide a creditor services role. It means we can secure appointments quickly and effectively in order to maximise potential realisations. By working alongside our existing creditor services teams in London and Sheffield we can deliver a joined-up collaborative approach.”


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