"Welcome to the Doncaster office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Mike Jenkins, a partner with the company and an expert in both personal and corporate insolvency. Feel free to call me or one of my colleagues directly to find out how we might be able to provide you with the advice and information you need."
Doncaster is one of our main operating bases in Yorkshire, where Mike Jenkins leads a team of highly experienced insolvency practitioners and experts in corporate financial recovery. Regardless of the reasons behind your current problems, we can help.
We work with companies ranging in size and scale from the very small to the very large. We pride ourselves on ensuring that all our clients receive the same high levels of service and expertise regardless of their circumstances. Times when a company is facing real and potential critical financial problems can be extremely stressful for directors of those companies and our aim is always to provide the answers to the toughest questions.
Although our core service offering is business insolvency, we also boast an in-house advisory practice who specialise in helping larger corporations. Our vast scope of advisory services including working capital management, debt advisory, as well as director liability reviews to help you understand your personal exposure away from the corporate veil. Further details on our advisory services can be found at RBR Advisory.
For confidential advice from our insolvency practitioners in Doncaster call 01302 358 998 and arrange a free no-obligation consultation today. We will be happy to talk through your situation and discuss the most appropriate solution to your current financial concerns.
Other Yorkshire Based Offices:
Hull Office Managed by Andrew MacKenzie
Sheffield Office Managed by Gareth Rusling
York Office Managed by Mike Jenkins
Leeds Office Managed by Julian Pitts
Scunthorpe Office Managed by Andrew MacKenzie
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