“Welcome to the Halifax office of Real Business Rescue. If you’re dealing with serious financial concerns, call me directly to find out how I might be able to help.”
Real Business Rescue is the UK’s leading provider of independent corporate recovery advice and support services. We have a network of offices that covers the entire country, with each of our bases staffed by licensed insolvency practitioners and dedicated teams of experienced professionals.
Insolvency can be a complex process and it is very important for company directors to find the right support and advice at crucial moments. It isn’t always easy to reach out for assistance during times of financial distress but under these very testing circumstances, the right help can make a real difference.
Our aim is always to keep your company in business and to provide expertise that informs the decisions company directors make as they consider insolvency, liquidation or an alternative route forward. We understand all the most pertinent issues on the basis of decades operating in the field. We support companies of all sizes and no corporate or personal finance problem is every too large or too small for our experts.
Real Business Rescue offices are located across Yorkshire and Humberside, including in Doncaster, Hull, Leeds, York and Sheffield. You can contact our Halifax office directly by calling 01422 737 99 and arrange a free consultation at a time of your choosing.
Our Halifax office is easily reached by train as we’re located a short distance from the town’s main railway station. We can also arrange to visit your place of work for a free consultation if preferred.
Other Yorkshire Based Offices:
Doncaster Office Managed by Rob Sadler
Leeds Office Managed by Julian Pitts
Sheffield Office Managed by Gareth Rusling
York Office Managed by Rob Sadler
Author: Keith Tully (Partner)
17th April 2019
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12th April 2019
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