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Welcome to the Gloucester office of Real Business Rescue.
From our office in Gloucester, we help small business owners, sole traders, as well as large corporations across the city and beyond. Headed up by licensed insolvency practitioner and Partner at Real Business Rescue, Neil Vinnicombe, he is supported by Simon Haskew, Mike Dyer, and their team of highly experienced insolvency professionals.
Whether you are struggling with poor cash flow, rising company debts, require emergency funding, or need to look at ways to restructure your operations and finances, Neil and his team are perfectly placed to help. We can offer a free no-obligation initial consultation where we will take the time to understand the problems your company is facing, before talking you through the options open to you and your business.
This could involve negotiations with creditors in order to reduce your outgoings, a formal restructuring process such as placing the company into administration while a route forward is plotted, or – if the company is beyond the point of rescue – we can explore whether liquidating the company is in the best interests of creditors.
Regardless of the outcome, we are dedicated to providing you with a range of options, and signposting you to the most appropriate solution. We will be with you every step of the way ensuring the best outcome is achieved for all concerned.
As well as our location in Gloucester, we also have further office across the South West including Cheltenham, Bath, Bristol, and Swindon.
25th February 2021
A ban on evicting commercial tenants is set to be extended into the summer as part of a broader package of support measures set to be announced by chancellor Rishi Sunak.Read More
24th February 2021
Representatives of businesses in the UK’s hospitality sector have said they are “devastated” at the nature of government plans for a phased reopening of their industry.Read More
10th February 2021
Leading figures from some of the UK’s best-known companies have called on the chancellor Rishi Sunak to reform business rates in ways that offer potentially vital support to high street retailers.Read More