“Welcome to the Isle of Wight office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Julie Palmer and I lead a team of insolvency practitioners who will be happy to help if you need any form of assistance relating to corporate insolvency or business recovery.”
Real Business Rescue has offices located across the length and breadth of the UK and we have an exceptionally extensive wealth of expertise in the context of corporate insolvency and issues relating to business recovery processes. Our Isle of Wight office forms part of our nationwide network and we have other operating bases nearby in Portsmouth Office , Southampton Office, Eastleigh Office and Poole Office all managed by Julie Palmer.
Leading a business that is in serious financial peril and potentially facing the prospect of insolvency is extremely testing for even the most experienced of company directors. Our experts work very closely with directors to give them clear and straightforward guidance on the options available and how best to proceed under any given circumstances.
Accessing timely advice and acting swiftly can make a very significant difference for the better if you’re leading a business facing a financial crisis. If you are a company director based on or close to the Isle of Wight then we would be happy to offer a free and confidential consultation to discuss the fundamentals of the challenges you and your company are currently facing.
To complement our industry-leading insolvency advice, Real Business Rescue can also provide specialist advisory services for larger companies. Whether you want to assess your current exposure, refinance existing liabilities, or target your latest acquisition, we can help. A partner-led service, you will be working alongside an experienced professional at every stage. Visit RBR Advisory to learn more.
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