We are delighted to share that Begbies Traynor Group, our UK partner in BTG Global Advisory (BTGGA), completed an acquisition of a restructuring and insolvency firm called CVR Global. This is their largest acquisition to date, and will enhance their offering in London, the South East of England, as well as internationally.
CVR has international offices in Jersey, Gibraltar, Cyprus and the British Virgin Islands, which strengthens BTGGA’s international footprint, particularly in these important offshore centres. This enhances the group’s existing capabilities in business recovery and financial advisory—including a strong contentious insolvency practice, forensic accounting, expert witness, and pension advisory services.
Farber co-founded BTGGA about five years ago together with several independent firms, including:
- Begbies Traynor in UK
- GlassRatner (now B. Riley Advisory Services) in USA
- PLUTA Rechtsanwalts GmbH in Germany, Italy and Spain
- Rogers Reidy in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore Malaysia, New Zealand
- Integrated Capital Services Limited in India.
We were later joined by Matuson & Associates in South Africa; Zalis in France and Belgium; and TCP Partners in Brazil and Latin America. Recently, we admitted ftt partners in Russia and B. Riley launched an office in Mexico.
“It feels like the momentum of our international partnership is really picking up. With a steady flow of referrals and cross-border collaboration, we offer a seamless and high-quality experience for our clients. We are very excited with today’s news from Begbies, which further enhances our global capacity and reach,” said Allan Nackan who is co-head of Farber’s insolvency & restructuring practice in Canada and a director of BTG Global Advisory.
See the full announcement from Begbies Traynor, in this link.