“I’m Julie Palmer and I’m a licensed insolvency practitioner and regional managing partner at Real Business Rescue. Welcome to our Guildford office where my colleagues and I provide guidance and advice to companies and individuals facing financial distress.”
Real Business Rescue is made up of hundreds of experienced insolvency experts with offices throughout the whole of the UK. As a leading provider of advice relating to all aspects of corporate and personal insolvency, we can help your business with a variety of rescue and closure options including solvent and insolvent liquidations, company voluntary arrangements (CVAs), and administration.
Higher turnover companies may be interested in our specialist advisory services. Our advisory professionals can provide the expert insight and strategic guidance you need when evaluating current business processes. We are on hand to assist with refinancing existing obligations, implementing a robust contingency plan, right through to devising an appropriate exit strategy. Find out more at RBR Advisory.
With experience of working with companies of all sizes and from a wide range of industries, no case is too big or too small, nor any sector too niche. We can provide you with clear and actionable guidance and help you implement the advice given. The sooner you receive the support and guidance you need, the sooner you will be able to look towards and plan for the future.
As well as our Guildford site, we also have Real Business Rescue offices in the nearby locations of Cambridge, Milton Keynes and Southend. You can contact any of our offices to arrange an initial consultation and to find out how our experts are able to help you and your business move forward.
3rd March 2021
Last March, unprecedented times called for unprecedented measures, with the government announcing a raft of financial support packages to help both businesses and individuals as the Covid-19 pandemicRead More
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