"I’m Ken Pattullo and I manage the Real Business Rescue team in Glasgow. I have worked extensively for international accountancy groups in the UK and in the field of corporate insolvency for over a decade. Call me or one of my colleagues to find out how we might be able to help you."
The Real Business Rescue office in Glasgow is one of dozens around the UK that form part of an extensive network of insolvency practitioners nationwide.
We are experts when it comes to finding solutions and routes forward for company directors facing serious financial struggles and mounting corporate debt. Our first priority is to advise and assist our clients in any way that we can, with the survival of the company involved always the primary goal.
There are always options available and important choices to be made by company directors even when financial problems look set to become insurmountable. We work with international operators and small-scale local businesses alike, always aiming to maintain our exceptionally high levels of service and client satisfaction.
The additional services offered by our corporate advisory arm, RBR Advisory, allow us to help companies of all sizes no matter what their current concerns may be. For those experiencing financial distress, we can consider implementing an individually tailored restructuring and turnaround strategy; while for those companies looking to expand their operations, our corporate finance team are adept at securing appropriate funding to make the deal happen. Learn more about our complete range of services at RBR Advisory.
Call us directly on 0141 278 6165 for confidential advice or to arrange a free consultation at our Glasgow office. If you prefer, we can arrange to visit you at your workplace or, alternatively, you can visit one of our other offices in Scotland.
Our Other Offices Across Scotland: Edinburgh Office Managed by Kenny Craig, Glasgow Office Managed by Ken Pattullo, Aberdeen Office Managed by Thomas Mckay, Inverness Office Managed by Simon Watson & Dundee Office Managed by Thomas McKay.
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