If you are a company director and your business is facing financial distress then we can help. Real Business Rescue has offices across the UK and each is staffed by licensed insolvency practitioners and leading corporate recovery experts. Watch the video below to find out more about how we might be able to help you.
You might be thinking, why Real Business Rescue? Well, if you need reputable and qualified business advice from people you can trust, we can assure you that you’re in the most capable hands.
Real Business Rescue was created in 2009 by two highly experienced business recovery professionals who, between them, have seen almost all there is to see when it comes to business distress. The company soon developed a strong reputation for knowledgeable, compassionate and uncompromising advice – assisting directors in sectors such as construction, retail, recruitment, manufacturing and leisure to name just a handful.
At this point, Real Business Rescue’s presence was confined to the north-west but following its acquisition by the UK’s leading corporate insolvency firm Begbies Traynor in 2013, Real Business Rescue now operates across the entire nation with over 400 staff in a network of 72 UK offices.
Most importantly, when you contact Real Business Rescue you’re speaking directly with licensed insolvency practitioners and company rescue specialists in your area. We’re not brokers or middlemen of any description which means you get the best possible advice with absolutely no upfront fees.
With unrivalled pedigree across the UK, you can rely on Real Business Rescue to provide expert business advice through a free consultation at a regional office near you. Contact us today to arrange your free face-to-face meeting.
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