“I’m Louise Baxter and I’m a licensed insolvency practitioner with Real Business Rescue. If you are struggling with serious debts as a company director, contact our office in Cambridge to find out how we might be able to assist you.”
Real Business Rescue has a network of offices that run the length and breadth of the UK. We offer free consultations to company directors and individuals struggling under the weight of financial pressure.
Decades of working in the fields of corporate recovery, restructuring and insolvency mean we are able to deliver unrivalled levels of service to anyone facing serious debt and finance concerns. Our goal is ultimately to keep your company in business and to deliver clarity where it is needed on what can be complex issues.
There is rarely an easy route out of financial turmoil but there are a number of options available to directors and stakeholders, who must choose the right path for their purposes as pragmatically as possible. To this end, reliable advice from highly skilled and licensed insolvency practitioners can make a crucial difference.
Along with being a leading provider of business rescue and recovery advice to distressed directors, RBR Advisory can also assist larger corporations and those companies looking for specialist advisory services. Our partner-led approach ensures you will be working alongside an experienced professional every step of the way to devise a workable and appropriate strategy moving forwards. Learn more about the complete range of advisory options on our dedicated RBR Advisory site.
If you are facing serious financial concerns and you’re based in the Cambridge area you can visit us any time or call us directly on our director helpline on 0800 644 6080 for confidential assistance.
Other Nearby Offices include:
Southend Office Managed by Jamie Taylor
London Office Managed by Gary Shankland
Milton Keynes & Guildford Office Managed by Julie Palmer
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