“I’m Neil Jeeves and I’m a partner with Real Business Rescue. My teams and I are experts in providing advice and guidance on all aspects of corporate insolvency and financial restructuring. If you are based in or close to Birmingham, call us directly to find out how we might be able to assist you.”
Real Business Rescue has a network of offices right across the UK and we have a number of bases across the Midlands, including our main regional office in Birmingham. Our priority is providing directors of companies facing financial distress with the advice they need and a service they can rely on.
Finding the right solution and best way forward is vital when debts are spiralling and your company’s financial difficulties are running out of control. Real Business Rescue has dozens of leading experts located around the UK who can help by providing clarity on key issues and support during what can be very challenging times.
Our expertise does not end with insolvency, however. We also offer a complete range of advisory services to larger businesses and global corporations. From safeguarding your future with a contingency plan, through to preparing for expansion by sourcing an appropriate funding channel, our partner-led service can help ensure your business is in optimal condition and ready for its next move. Discover how we can help by visiting RBR Advisory.
If you’re a company director based in Birmingham or the Midlands and you’d like to speak to one of our local experts directly call 0121 695 1894 to arrange a free consultation. For a face-to-face meeting, you can visit us at our offices or we can visit you at your workplace any time. Alternatively, you can call our director helpline on 0800 644 6080 for confidential and reliable advice. Other Nearby Offices Include: Burton Office Managed by Gareth Prince, Hereford office Managed by Julie Palmer, Nottingham Office Managed by Kris Wigfield and the Stoke-on-Trent Office Managed by Diane Dunion
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