“Hello, I’m, Kris Wigfield, Partner at Real Business Rescue. Welcome to our Barnsley office where myself and my colleagues are here to provide expert help and advice to company directors and shareholders.”
From our office in Barnsley, Kris and his colleagues provide vital help and guidance to limited company directors, their shareholders, as well as self-employed individuals across the toward and beyond. Kris Wigfield is a Partner at Real Business Rescue, and he leads the team of talented business turnaround and corporate insolvency experts at the Barnsley office.
Company financial distress comes in many forms, from poor cash flow, increased running costs, through to growing debt, and falling demand. Regardless of the reasons behind your current financial problems, it is vital that you seek professional advice at the earliest possible opportunity. Not only will this increase your chances of saving the business, but it will also ensure you are protecting yourself and also the company’s outstanding creditors.
If you need to look at ways to restructure your operations and get your finances under control, Kris and his team are perfectly placed to help. Through an initial no-obligation consultation, your appointed adviser will be able to explain what solutions are available and which ones are suitable for your company.
This may mean entering into discussions with creditors to arrange a formal and legally-binding repayment plan such as a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA), streamlining your company to improve efficiency and remove non-performing elements of the business, or even exploring the possibility of placing the company into liquidation if it is judged that the company is unable to be saved.
Regardless of whether you want to bring the company to an orderly end through liquidation, or want to throw everything you have at saving the business, we are dedicated to helping you understand your options, and guiding you to the most appropriate outcome for you, your company, and its creditors.
12th November 2021
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