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“I’m Jason Ainge and I’m insolvency director at Real Business Rescue. Welcome to our Bradford office where my colleagues and I provide guidance and advice to companies facing financial distress and the prospect of insolvency.”
Real Business Rescue brings together a wealth of specialist skills and experience in support of companies whose financial positions have become precarious. We can support directors in their understanding of their recovery options and bring clarity on key issues in the context of either personal or corporate insolvency scenarios.
There are no cases too large or too small for our experts to work on and we provide services via our network of offices that covers the length and breadth of the UK. When you are dealing with financial issues, whether personal or with your business, you should make it a priority to seek expert help and advice as a matter of urgency. No matter how bad you feel the situation is, there is a way out of these problems, and here at Real Business Rescue we are perfectly placed to help you.
In addition to being a trusted provider of insolvency advice to sole traders and limited companies, we are also able to assist larger corporations with a range of specialist advisory options. A truly partner-led service, we will devise and execute a robust strategy to take your business to the next level. You can learn more about how RBR Advisory can help here.
To speak to an insolvency expert contact us directly at our Bradford office to arrange an initial consultation. Alternatively you can reach out to any of our other offices across Yorkshire.
Our Other Offices in Yorkshire Include:
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
22nd July 2021
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has called for an “immediate rethink on self-isolation rules” to help businesses manage their workforces as the economy reopens and recovers.Read More