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“Welcome to the Huddersfield office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Richard Kenworthy, a licensed insolvency practitioner and director based here in Yorkshire. My team and I can help you find answers to any questions you might have in relation to either personal or corporate insolvency.”
There are a network of Real Business Rescue offices throughout Yorkshire and the UK, which means that we can bring to bear a huge wealth of relevant expertise and experience when it comes to issues surrounding insolvency. For us, there is no case too large or too small to warrant our full attention and professional commitment.
We understand that managing a business in financial distress is extremely challenging and can be a particularly distressing time. We aim to ease your worries by providing clear answers to your questions and offering the expert guidance you need. We will take the time to understand your situation, the reasons which led up to it, and work with you to devise a plan for the future. Rest assured that no matter how bad you feel your problems are, there is always a solution.
We also provide advice to companies looking to implement strategic changes. From targeting your latest acquisition, through to planning for your departure from the company, the experts at RBR Advisory can assist you at every stage of your business’s life. Learn more about the full range of services at RBR Advisory.
To take your first steps talk to our Huddersfield team today on 01484 887 686 and arrange a free no-obligation consultation with an insolvency expert.
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21st June 2019
The government has announced plans that should soon see large companies being fined for failing to pay their smaller scale suppliers in a timely fashion.Read More
20th June 2019
The bathroom retail business Bathstore is facing the prospect of entering administration and potentially putting around 700 jobs in jeopardy.Read More