“Welcome to the Barnet Office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Jeremy Karr, and alongside my team, I am here to help limited companies, their directors, and shareholders, understand their options during times of financial distress.”
It is an unfortunate fact that many companies will experience some level of financial distress at some point. For some businesses, this will be a short-term problem which is easily dealt with; for others, however, they will require professional input in order to overcome these difficulties. This is where Jeremy and his team can help.
With over 30 years’ experience, Jeremy has seen all there is to see when it comes to matters of corporate distress and company insolvency. Whether your business needs to bridge a financial shortfall, is facing dwindling income and rising costs, or you are unsure how you can continue to trade in the current climate, seeking professional insolvency advice will help you understand your options.
Even if you may believe the future for your company is bleak, there are a range of formal business rescue, recovery, and turnaround procedures, designed to help struggling businesses reverse their fortunes and get back on track. Business recovery is not a one sizes fits all process, therefore the input of an expert at this time will ensure every option has been explored, and that the most appropriate solution has been selected.
At Real Business Rescue we can help companies with formal repayment plans such as Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) and Time to Pay (TTP) arrangements with HMRC, company administration, as well as liquidation if recovery is not possible. Through RBR Advisory, we can also help with securing commercial funding, corporate finance options, as well as debt advisory processes.
You can arrange a free no-obligation consultation with Jeremy at the Barnet office, or alternatively we have offices in nearby Enfield and Harrow.
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