Licensed insolvency practitioners and liquidators in Inverness offering advice on corporate and personal insolvency.
“Hi, I’m Simon Watson, a partner at Real Business Rescue, and I’d like to welcome you to our office in Inverness. We are the UK’s leading provider of advice on all issues associated with corporate insolvency and business rescue. Get in touch any time to arrange an initial consultation.”
At Real Business Rescue, our goal is to deliver the clearest possible advice and guidance to company directors whose businesses are in financial trouble. We understand that in these moments clarity is critical and we use jargon-free language that enables stakeholders to make decisions with confidence.
The people and the companies we work with include operators from across a very wide range of different industry sectors and we have the benefit of more than 30 years of experience working within the field of corporate insolvency. We truly are the nation’s leading provider of advice and support in these contexts and we work with clients of all sizes.
Additionally, Real Business Rescue also provides a suite of advisory options to companies seeking specialist advice. Working alongside shareholders we can devise a bespoke plan to ensure your business is operating effectively and able to take advantage of future opportunities. Learn more about what we can offer at RBR Advisory.
There are several Real Business Rescue offices in Scotland, in addition to our base here in Inverness, we have others in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dundee. You can arrange a consultation with one of our experts in any of these locations by calling your nearest office directly. We’ll be very happy to help and we can arrange to meet you at your workplace or at your home any time.
28th July 2021
The number of UK companies in positions of ‘significant financial distress’ were up 24 per cent at the end of the June 2021, as compared to the same point of last year.Read More
22nd July 2021
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has called for an “immediate rethink on self-isolation rules” to help businesses manage their workforces as the economy reopens and recovers.Read More