"Hi, I’m Thomas McKay and I manage the Real Business Rescue office in Dundee. I have been working in the field of corporate insolvency and financial recovery for over a decade and have helped countless companies resolve their financial issues. You can call me directly for advice on finding the right solutions and the best way forward for your company."
Our office in Dundee forms part of a network of bases and regional headquarters across Scotland and around the UK. From our Dundee base we provide unrivalled services to company directors facing serious financial problems and worsening debt concerns.
We know the insolvency industry better than anyone and our experts in Dundee are specialists in the field. Our business recovery and licensed insolvency practitioners have decades’ worth of experience and a keen awareness of the challenges that directors of struggling companies face.
As well as our unrivalled insolvency expertise, we also have a dedicated advisory arm who provide specialist advice to large corporations and global firms. Our advisory team explore every possible avenue to ensure an appropriate and robust solution to your greatest business concerns whether you are looking to start an expansion project or scale back operations to improve capital management. Learn more about our advisory services at RBR Advisory.
You can arrange a free initial consultation with one of our experts and find out more about how we might be able to assist by calling us on 01382 684 997. You can come and see us in our office or we can arrange to have one of our insolvency and business recovery experts meet with you in an alternative location if that is more convenient for you.
Other Offices Across Scotland: Glasgow Office Managed by Ken Pattullo, Edinburgh Office Managed by Kenny Craig, Aberdeen Office Managed by Thomas McKay and Inverness Office Managed by Simon Watson.
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