"I’m Huw Powell and I manage Real Business Rescue’s office in Cardiff. I am an expert in corporate recovery and an experienced insolvency practitioner. Call me or a member of my team to find out how we might be of assistance."
Our Cardiff office serves companies large and small across south Wales and our resident experts are among the very best and most experienced in the country. Our aim is always to ensure the survival of companies facing difficulties and to guide directors impartially through the options available in times of acute financial distress.
For company directors, understanding the details and full scope of a situation and the options available can make a huge difference in terms of outcomes. Our goal is to simplify that process and support directors in as many relevant ways as possible. Our advice is always confidential and we offer a free consultation to new clients looking to find out how we might be able to help.
Mapping a route forward when your company is facing very serious debt problems can be extremely difficult and we aim to deliver the most practical advice and relevant information possible. Our team in Cardiff is made up of leading insolvency practitioners and experts on liquidation and administration.
The turnaround and restructuring team at Real Business Rescue also work with larger businesses – including AIM-listed companies and global corporations – on areas relating to business expansion and sourcing the most appropriate funding channels to make this possible. With enviable connections with lenders – both mainstream and alternative –we are perfectly placed to help our clients secure the finance they need . You can find out more about these services by visiting RBR Advisory.
You can call our Cardiff office directly on 02920 509 072, or alternatively we have an office in Swansea which you may find more convenient.
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