“Hi, I’m Lawrence O'Hara and I’m a manager with Real Business Rescue based out of our Belfast office. My colleagues and I are some of Northern Ireland’s leading corporate rescue and recovery specialists. Call us directly to find out how we might be able to assist you.”
When a company of any size is faced with the threat of insolvency, they need the right advice and support to be sure of pursuing the most appropriate course of action. That role is one that Real Business Rescue’s team of experts is uniquely well placed to fulfil.
We have a network of office bases across the UK, including in Belfast, where our Northern Irish office helps dozens of companies from around the city and beyond. To arrange a free consultation, call us on 0800 644 6080, or visit us in the heart of the city, close to Belfast City Hall. Alternatively, we can arrange for one of our experts to visit you at your workplace.
Directors of companies facing up to the prospect of financial disaster need good advice at the right time and that is precisely what we at Real Business Rescue aim to provide. It is never too late to seek assistance on issues around insolvency and restructuring but the sooner you do so the better for all concerned. Our insolvency practitioners are among the best in the business and we pride ourselves on delivering precisely the same high standards of service to companies of all sizes. If you are facing real problems and struggling to understand your options, you can also call our director helpline on 028 9570 4008.
Alongside our vast experience in all matters of limited company insolvency, we also boast an array of additional specialist advisory services. From corporate simplification, forensic investigations, through to litigation support and risk management, our expertise is extensive. It is our aim to help companies improve liquidity and reduce inefficiencies to ensure the business is operating effectively now and also looking towards the future. You can learn more about how we can help by visiting RBR Advisory.
Author: Keith Tully (Partner)
16th September 2019
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