"I’m Andrew MacKenzie and I am a partner with Real Business Rescue based at our offices in Hull. Give me a call directly if you need confidential advice relating to any aspect of corporate or personal insolvency processes."
From our offices in Hull we provide support to company directors across the region. Our team is comprised of licensed insolvency practitioners and leading business rescue experts all dedicated to helping company directors and individuals in financial turmoil. We ensure company directors receive the advice and information they need under challenging operational and financial circumstances.
We provide clear and practical advice and guidance on a full range of issues relating to corporate finance and business recovery. We tailor our work to the individual needs of our clients and provide a personalised service that can make an important difference during difficult times.
Larger companies may find the services offered by our advisory arm, RBR Advisory, particularly useful. We can assist with restructuring liabilities, devising a robust contingency plan, sourcing business finance, as well as planning for all eventualities with a crisis management plan. You can learn more about the complete range of advisory services by visiting RBR Advisory.
If you’d like to arrange a consultation with us at our Hull office, contact us directly on 01482 979 996. We offer free initial consultations on a one-to-one basis between our experts and individual company directors where we provide crucial support, guidance, and advice to help companies find a way out of financial distress.
Other Offices Across Yorkshire Include:
Halifax Office Managed by Peter Sargent
Doncaster Office Managed by Mike Jenkins
Sheffield Office Managed by Gareth Rusling
Leeds Office Managed by Julian Pitts
Scunthorpe Office Managed by Andrew MacKenzie
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