"I’m Jon Beard and I manage the Ashford office of Real Business Rescue. I work alongside my team which is comprised of highly experienced company rescue and recovery professionals. Myself and my team are here to give you the help and advice you need during times of financial distress."
Real Business Rescue’s Ashford office is headed up by Jon Beard, a licensed insolvency practitioner, and supported by an experienced and talented team of insolvency experts.
Alongside his team, Ian helps support businesses in Ashford and across the wider Kent area. Business distress comes in a variety of forms, but regardless of the exact pressures being faced, swift action is vital in order to give your company the very best chance of survival. You may be experiencing cash flow worries, creditors or HMRC may be threatening your company with legal action, or perhaps you are uncertain whether your company has a future at all.
The good news is that there are a whole range of business rescue and recovery options which can be considered to either help get your company back on a solid financial footing, or alternatively to bring the company to an end in an orderly manner if turning around the business is not a possibility.
You may be able to enter into negotiations with your creditors to reduce your monthly outgoings and boost your cash flow. Alternatively, we can explore the possibility of entering your company into a formal insolvency process such as company administration to allow for more extensive restructuring and refinancing to take place free from the threats of creditor litigation.
Alongside our Ashford office, we also have a nearby office in Maidstone, as well as a network of offices which stretch the length and breadth of the UK.
17th September 2021
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