Licensed insolvency practitioners and liquidators in Ilford offering advice on corporate and personal insolvency.
“Hello and welcome to the Ilford office of Real Business Rescue. My name is Jamie Taylor and our team here in East London are available any time to help if you are in need of expert advice on corporate insolvency or business rescue issues of any kind.”
Real Business Rescue has offices situated throughout the UK and every year we help hundreds of company directors in dealing with financial crisis scenarios. Leading a company in serious financial trouble can be extremely testing and we understand that what’s needed most in these instances is clarity and straightforward answers to the most pertinent questions and that is precisely what we always aim to provide.
We also offer a range of corporate advisory services aimed at those companies with a larger turnover. Our dedicated team of advisory specialists can objectively look at your company and suggest ways of implementing strategic change to really drive your business forward. Learn more about these services at RBR Advisory.
Every Real Business Rescue office is staffed by teams of specialist insolvency practitioners with a huge wealth of expertise that they can bring to bear on behalf of each our clients. If you’d like to arrange a free initial consultation with us at our Ilford office then we will be very happy to help. We can meet at our office or at your workplace or at any other location that works for you.
In addition to our office in Ilford, we have others nearby in Croydon, Maidstone, Southend-on-Sea and in Central London. Call any time to arrange a completely confidential consultation. The other Nearby Office is the Harrow Office managed by Jeremy Karr, Paddington Office managed by Gary Shankland and Romford Office managed by Jamie Taylor.
22nd July 2019
Pub businesses have been closing at a rate of 40 per month over the course of this year, according to the latest figures on the subject.Read More
18th July 2019
The UK economy is likely to be plunged into recession in the aftermath of a No Deal Brexit, according to the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR).Read More