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"I’m Yiannis Koumettou and I manage the Hounslow office of Real Business Rescue. Myself and my colleagues, give the expert help and advice companies need when they are experiencing times of operation and financial distress.”
The Hounslow office of Real Business Rescue is headed by Yiannis Koumettou, a highly experienced licensed insolvency practitioner and Partner at Real Business Rescue. Yiannis is assisted by a talented team of company insolvency and business turnaround experts, who all work with one objective in mind - to provide directors, shareholders, and other key stakeholders with objective, unbiased, and actionable advice to allow the next step for their company to be taken in confidence.
While no business owner sets up a company thinking it is going to fail, the unfortunate fact is that many business will experience a level of financial distress at some point. The good news is that there is a wide variety of rescue and recovery options which can be implemented to help ease the financial strain on your business. Many of these are designed to provide immediate relief, while allowing trade to continue and the company to recover. Alternatively, if the company’s problems run deep, a liquidation process may be the most suitable way of bringing the company to an end in an orderly manner while protecting the interests of outstanding creditors.
If you believe your company still has the potential for future success, but it is being hampered by escalating outgoings, you may be able to enter into negotiations with creditors in order to refinance existing borrowing. This can be done through an informal payment plan, or it can be made legally-binding through a formal insolvency process known as a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA).
Administration is an alternative insolvency arrangement which is particularly suitable for those companies with complex operating structures or those facing threats of legal action by creditors. While a company is in administration, any ongoing or threatened litigation will be stayed, while viable elements of the company are saved or creditor returns able to be maximised.
14th January 2022
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13th January 2022
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