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“Hello, I’m Jamie Taylor, and I manage the Real Business Rescue office here in Chelmsford. Alongside my colleagues, we provide advice to company directors and their shareholders every day regarding matters of financial distress and company insolvency.”
From our office in Chelmsford, Jamie and his team offer expert help and guidance to company directors and sole traders who are experiencing operational difficulties and financial worries.
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Jamie has worked in insolvency and business turnaround for over 40 years, and he is able to harness his vast experience to provide business owners, across a range of sectors, with the specialist help they need to navigate challenging times. With a range of business rescue and recovery options available, choosing the right one could make all the difference when it comes to saving your business.
Our licensed insolvency practitioners are here to support you by talking you through the variety of turnaround solutions which exist – ensuring you understand the pros and cons of each one – before advising on the most appropriate strategy to take your company forward. This will depend on a whole host of factors including the company’s current financial position, likely future operational performance, as well as the desire on behalf of shareholders to continue trading.
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Whether you are thinking about closing your company, looking at your restructuring and refinancing options, or need advice on dealing with your creditors, your local Real Business Rescue office is here to help. Get in touch with your nearest office today on 01245 898 630
A Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) could help you lower your monthly outgoings and free up much-needed cash flow, while a company administration process may be a more suitable option if the company requires extensive restructuring or needs immediate protection from litigation action. In some instances, placing the company into liquidation is the only viable option in order to protect the position of creditors.