“Hello I’m Gareth Prince and I lead a team of corporate and personal insolvency experts for Real Business Rescue in the Midlands. If you’re based in Burton on Trent or the wider Staffordshire/Derbyshire area you can meet face to face with our specialist insolvency professionals who can help guide you through all aspects of corporate insolvency, liquidation or financial restructuring processes.”
Real Business Rescue benefits from having an extensive network of offices and expertise that spans the entirety of the UK. Our main Midlands office is in Birmingham but we have several other offices in the region including here in Burton-upon-Trent.
We have worked closely with dozens of businesses across the region in support of all manner of corporate insolvency, restructuring and financial recovery processes. The scope of our expertise in these areas is unrivalled in the UK and we can help provide clear and actionable guidance under any associated circumstances.
Advising limited companies and their directors on insolvency and their options for business recovery is only one part of what we do. We also provide industry-leading advice to larger corporate entities and global firms through RBR Advisory. Whether assistance is needed to restructure or refinance current liabilities, simplify a complex corporate structure, or mediation is required to resolve a dispute, our partner-led service ensures you are in good hands.
At Real Business Rescue we provide advice that our clients can rely upon and we give directors clear answers to whatever questions arise in the context of an insolvency or business recovery scenario always with a specific focus on the particular demands and dynamics of the situation.
To find out more about how we may be able to help you and your business, contact our Burton office directly on 0800 644 6080. Other Nearby Offices Include the Birmingham Office Managed by Neil Jeeves, Hereford Office Managed by Julie Palmer & the Nottingham Office Managed by Kris Wigfield.
13th October 2021
The Bank of England has said it anticipates that rates of corporate insolvency will increase in the coming weeks following the removal of restrictions on winding up petitions.Read More