“Hi, I’m Julie Palmer and I am part of the Real Business Rescue team operating on the south coast of England. I’m an expert in all aspects of personal and corporate insolvency with well over a decade of experience in the field. If you’d like to find out how we might be of assistance, call us directly to arrange a consultation.”
Companies in financial distress need clear advice and support they can rely upon. That is precisely what Real Business Rescue exists to provide and we have a network of offices stretching from the south coast of England to northern Scotland, and from Humberside to south Wales. If you are a company director facing spiralling debts and unmanageable financial scenarios, we can meet with you face-to-face to discuss your concerns.
Our insolvency practitioners in southern England and at our Bournemouth office provide advice that can be trusted to companies of all sizes, from multinational operations to small-scale start-ups. We have a significant presence in Bournemouth and a team of very highly experienced insolvency and corporate recovery specialists.
In addition to supporting limited company directors with industry-leading insolvency advice, Real Business Rescue also provide a complete offering of corporate advisory services to larger corporations within the UK as well as global firms. We can advise on an array of restructuring and growth strategies to elevate your business to the next level. You can find out more about how we can help your company by visiting RBR Advisory.
An important aspect of what we do is to provide the advice and assistance that directors themselves need during testing times and when the future of their company is potentially at stake. Call us directly on 0800 644 6080 for more information.
3rd August 2021
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28th July 2021
The number of UK companies in positions of ‘significant financial distress’ were up 24 per cent at the end of the June 2021, as compared to the same point of last year.Read More