“Hi, I’m Ian Walker and I manage the Exeter office of Real Business Rescue. I am a specialist in all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency with more than 30 years of experience.”
Real Business Rescue has a network of offices covering the length and breadth of the UK and we have a significant presence along the south coast of England. Our office in Exeter is an important part of that and one of our main regional bases. Ian Walker leads a team of licensed insolvency practitioners in Exeter who are exceptionally well-placed to help anyone in need of advice and support in the face of serious financial difficulties.
Debt concerns can easily spiral out of control and cash flow issues are not always easy to overcome. At Real Business Rescue we understand the challenges that company directors and stakeholders face under these circumstances and we offer a committed and compassionate service to all of our clients. When tough decisions need to be made, it helps to have seasoned experts and insolvency specialists around to support and inform all aspects of the process.
Larger companies can take advantage of the suite of services offered by our dedicated advisory team. With specialists in debt advisory, corporate and commercial finance, restructuring and turnaround, forensic investigation, and dispute resolution, we are here to help at all stages of your corporate journey. Find out more about RBR Advisory and how we can help your company.
You can call our Exeter offices directly on 01392 963 998 to arrange a consultation or to find out more about the services we offer.
Other Offices Across the South West Area are:
Bath Office Managed by Neil Vinnicombe
Bournemouth Office Managed by Julie Palmer
Bristol Office Managed by Simon Haskew
Cheltenham Office Managed by Mark MaloneSalisbury Office Managed by Julie Palmer
Author: Keith Tully (Partner)
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