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“Hi, I’m Dean Watson and I’m a partner with Real Business Rescue located in Bury and working across the wider North West region. If you’re looking for advice or assistance with any issues around insolvency or corporate restructuring, call me directly on 0800 644 6080 to find out how I can help.”
The Bury office of Real Business Rescue provides critical support to business owners experiencing financial distress in the North West. Our team of licensed insolvency practitioners and experienced restructuring experts offer a service which is jargon free, easy to digest and actionable. We understand the difficulties associated with navigating a business which is under financial pressure from creditors. Our experts will assess your business, put a mutually agreed plan into action and get your business back on track.
Our insolvency practitioners offer assistance to businesses looking to explore rescue or closure options. We can offer a free, confidential meeting at our Bury office or an alternative office near you.
Our partner in the Bury region is Dean Watson, a licensed insolvency practitioner and qualified AAT accountant with over 25 years’ experience in the field of accounting and auditing. As a financial expert, Dean is able to spot the early signs of insolvency and produce a quick turnaround plan to revitalise your business. He specialises in formal insolvency appointments, practical solutions and business reviews.
To arrange a meeting at our Bury office or a location of your choice, please get in touch. Our teams operate through an extensive network of offices across the country, so we can arrange a confidential director advice meeting near you.
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