Restructuring expert joins Begbies Liverpool

Insolvency specialists Begbies Traynor recruits new restructuring expert to its Liverpool office

Stephen Berry
Stephen Berry is a partner with Begbies Traynor in Liverpool


Restructuring expert Stephen Berry is joining the Liverpool office of insolvency specialists Begbies Traynor as a partner.

Stephen is a licensed insolvency practitioner and former solicitor specialising in corporate recovery and insolvency. He is also the president of Merseyside Corporate Recovery Professionals.

Prior to joining Begbies Traynor, Berry launched and headed up the Opus team in Liverpool providing restructuring and insolvency services in the region.

He and his Liverpool-based partner Jason Greenhalgh have more than 50 years of combined experience in the regional marketplace.

Paul Stanley, North West regional managing partner at Begbies Traynor, said: “Stephen’s extensive experience in the industry and his outstanding reputation as a restructuring professional make him an ideal fit for our firm.

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“He is experienced, well connected professionally and has a wealth of experience in our sector. We believe that Stephen’s appointment will strengthen our existing team in Liverpool and enable us to develop  our business across the city region.”

With offices across the UK, Begbies Traynor provides a range of professional services to businesses in financial distress whether that involves restructuring, refinancing, or insolvency.

Stephen added: “I’m excited to join Begbies Traynor and looking forward to working alongside my new colleagues.

“I’m proud to be appointed to join the team here in my home city and I’m committed to maintaining my existing professional relationships and developing new ones as we continue to develop our business in Liverpool.”

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