Licensed insolvency practitioners and liquidators in Bedford offering advice on corporate and personal insolvency.
“Welcome to the Bedford office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Marco Piacquadio, a company director, and I lead our team here in the Bedford. We stand ready to meet all your corporate insolvency and business rescue-related advisory needs, whatever they may be.”
Our Bedford office forms part of a much wider network of operating bases which now numbers more than 70 and covers the length and breadth of the UK. Each of our offices is staffed by teams of insolvency practitioners and business recovery specialists with a huge wealth of highly relevant experience.
If you are leading a company that is in or approaching a situation of financial distress then we can help talk you through your options and give you the clarity you need to take actions going forward with complete confidence. Our expertise is truly comprehensive and our guidance can be relied upon in all scenarios relating to corporate insolvency, recovery or liquidation.
Insolvency advice is not all we do, however. In addition to our leading insolvency expertise, we also have a dedicated advisory offering aimed at larger companies looking to restructure or otherwise improve operations. This could take the form of modernising an outdated corporate structure, securing funding to begin an expansion project, or planning for the worst with a robust crisis management strategy. No matter what plans you have for your business, we can help you get there. Find out more about our specialist advisory options by visiting RBR Advisory.
You can contact our Bedford office any time to arrange a free and completely confidential consultation to discuss the key elements of your circumstances. We’d be happy to meet at your workplace or any other location that works best for you.
There are also Real Business Rescue offices in Cambridge Office Managed by Louise Baxter, Luton Office Managed by Marco Piacquadio, Milton Keynes Office Managed by Julie Palmer and Reading Office Managed by Marco Piacquadio.
5th August 2020
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5th August 2020
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