"I’m Jon Beard and I head up the Real Business Rescue office in Brighton. I have been helping individuals and companies deal with serious financial difficulties for more than two decades. If you need practical advice on insolvency issues please get in touch with me or a member of my team."
Our Brighton office is home to a team of licensed insolvency practitioners and leading corporate finance experts. We help struggling companies across the south of England survive and look to the future by providing them with clear advice and guidance on key issues around insolvency and business recovery.
Our clients range from new start-ups founded in Brighton and southern England to international operators and companies with thousands of employees. We support directors in important ways and offer expertise on corporate finance solutions that can make a real difference.
There are a broad range of business recovery options available to companies facing serious financial trouble and we provide guidance that enables company directors to negotiate difficult circumstances as effectively and pragmatically as possible.
If you are a shareholder or stakeholder of a larger business, Real Business Rescue also provides an extensive range of corporate advisory services to accelerate business growth and help you plan for the future. Visit RBR Advisory to discover how we can help.
Call us today to arrange a free no-obligation consultation with one of our insolvency experts. At this consultation we will take the time to learn more about your business and ensure you understand all the rescue, recovery, and closure options open to you. Call our director helpline on 01273 634 849 to find out more.
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.
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