“Welcome to the Edinburgh office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Kenny Craig, partner at Real Business Rescue and part of a team of talented and committed insolvency practitioners and corporate recovery experts. Call us directly to find out how we might be able to assist you.”
When a company is facing a crisis it is essential to get the right advice from experts in the field of insolvency, corporate rescue and restructuring, regardless of the reasons behind the problems. Real Business Rescue exists to provide precisely those services and our offices across the UK are staffed with many of the country’s leading insolvency practitioners.
We understand that tackling serious debt problems or cash flow issues can be incredibly challenging for even the most experienced company directors. What we aim to provide is a reliable supply of relevant insight and information on key subjects when it is needed most. Our clients include large and small companies alike and we pride ourselves on delivering the same high standards of service and commitment across the board.
If you are the shareholder of a large company, our corporate advisory division offers a variety of specialist services designed to ensure a company is performing at optimal levels. Fully partner-led, we deliver innovative solutions to a host of business critical issues such as a need to refinance existing debt, contingency planning, as well as helping in times of financial distress. Learn more about the full range of services at RBR Advisory.
The Real Business Rescue offices in Edinburgh are located south of the city centre and close to the Haymarket railway station. If you’d like to arrange a free consultation with one of our insolvency practitioners call us directly on 0131 203 3416 to discuss your options.
28th July 2021
The number of UK companies in positions of ‘significant financial distress’ were up 24 per cent at the end of the June 2021, as compared to the same point of last year.Read More
22nd July 2021
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has called for an “immediate rethink on self-isolation rules” to help businesses manage their workforces as the economy reopens and recovers.Read More