“Hi, I’m Jeremy Karr, a partner at Real Business Rescue in Harrow, and I assist company directors in financial distress by tailoring rescue solutions to struggling businesses, including company liquidation, turnaround and restructuring. If you would like to arrange a confidential meeting or seek actionable advice, call me directly on 020 3284 1656 for my assistance.”
The Harrow office – based in Stanmore – is made up of a team of qualified insolvency practitioners and business rescue experts offering corporate and personal insolvency services. We have a network of growing offices across the country to assist company directors facing winding up petitions, cash flow issues and creditor demands. If you are struggling to pay tax liabilities to HMRC, employee wages and company costs such as rent, utility bills and stock replenishment, our Stanmore office can help.
We work with businesses of all sizes and sectors and operate across the country so there will always be an RBR advisor located near you. We understand the difficulties involved in navigating a business in financial distress, our team can help.
Our team are highly experienced and can help restructure your business by cutting the liabilities and making arrangements with creditors to repay debt through an affordable payment structure. We offer a free one-to-one consultation at any of our London offices or an alternative location that suits you. We can discuss the next steps, our services and how we can best serve your business.
Our office in Stanmore, Harrow is one of several in the Greater London area, including Watford, Slough, London Paddington and London Central. The other Nearby Office is the Croydon Office managed by Jeremy Karr, Ilford Office managed by Jamie Taylor and Romford Office managed by Jamie Taylor.
16th May 2019
Thomas Cook, the UK’s oldest package holiday business, has reported operating losses worth £1.46 billion for the six-month period to the end of March 2019.Read More
14th May 2019
British Steel could be set to collapse unless it can secure loans worth in the region of £75 million from the government.Read More