"Hi, I am Simon Haskew and I’m a licensed insolvency practitioner and partner at Real Business Rescue’s office in Bristol. For confidential guidance and information on financial matters affecting you or your company, call me or a member of my team directly."
The Real Business Rescue offices in Bristol are located in the heart of the city and are home to the leading licensed insolvency practitioners in the south-west of England. If you are facing up to serious financial difficulties and need assistance in determining the best route forward, our experts are here to help.
Our clients include small local businesses, as well as large-scale companies with thousands of employees. We understand and specialise in subjects such as company administration, liquidations and company voluntary arrangements (CVAs), as well as alternative funding options such as factoring and invoice discounting.
In addition to our expertise in insolvency and business turnaround, we also offer an array of specialist advisory services to larger companies. Whether your business is ready to grow, or whether you are looking to increase your efficiencies and improve liquidity, RBR Advisory’s partner-led approach can help you get there quicker. Visit our dedicated advisory section for more information.
A key focus for us at Real Business Rescue is to provide clear and pertinent information in a straightforward fashion. We have a track record of delivering a valuable service and crucial assistance to directors when their companies are facing very challenging circumstances and potential financial disaster.
Our first priority is to keep our clients’ companies trading and in the best possible position to move forward and look to the future. Call us today to book a free consultation at our offices in Bristol.
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