"I’m Dean Watson and lead Real Business Rescue’s Altrincham office. Along with my team of corporate rescue and recovery professionals, we provide expert help and advice to company directors and shareholders during times of financial distress."
Our Altrincham office is headed up by Dean Watson, a chartered accountant, licensed insolvency practitioner, and Partner at Real Business Rescue. Dean is assisted by an experienced team of insolvency and turnaround professional, all committed to helping distressed company directors understand their options during times of financial difficulty.
Dean and his team work tirelessly with financially distressed businesses in Altrincham and across the Greater Manchester area, and are supported by local offices in Manchester and Stockport. We help companies facing cash flow concerns, spiralling debts and other outgoings, as well as those dealing with threats of legal action from disgruntled creditors.
Regardless of how your company is experiencing financial challenges, there are a number of business rescue and recovery options which can help bring your company back from the financial brink. For some businesses this could entail entering into informal discussions with creditors to arrange a more affordable repayment plan, while others may require the security of a legally-binding Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA). Placing the company into administration may be considered if the business is facing litigation or if more extensive restructuring is needed to secure the future of the company.
Our licensed insolvency practitioners can also recommend liquidation if it is determined that the company cannot be saved and creditors need to be protected from additional losses. While this may not be the outcome you want, in some instances, it is the most appropriate step to take in order to resolve your company’s problems.
As well as advising SMEs on matters of company rescue, our RBR Advisory team can assist those companies which require specialist advisory services such as corporate streamlining, commercial funding options, as well as corporate finance and due diligence.
12th November 2021
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