“I'm Dean Watson, partner at Real Business Rescue. Welcome to our Lancaster office; one of our seven offices across the north-west. You can call our office directly to find out how my team and I might be able to help you.”
Our expert team, consisting of business recovery specialists and licensed insolvency practitioners, support company directors across the Lancashire and Cumbria region through a wide variety of corporate services including company administration, creditors' voluntary liquidation and members' voluntary liquidation.
Dean Watson, Partner at our Lancaster and Preston offices, will be happy to discuss any issues relating to corporate insolvency, recovery or company closure and you can do so, in complete confidence, either face-to-face or on the phone. Maybe your company is struggling with cash flow, creditor pressure or a downturn in trade; maybe you feel your business needs serious restructuring, or maybe you simply want close a solvent company in the most tax efficient manner; regardless of circumstance, we can assist. You can arrange your free initial consultation by calling 01524 892 295.
The needs of larger companies are also catered for thanks to our specialist advisory offerings. Our comprehensive service line includes corporate and commercial finance, crisis management, forensic investigations, as well as a host of restructuring and turnaround strategies. Learn more about how our advisory services can help your company by visiting RBR Advisory.
You can find us on Castle Hill in Lancaster city centre close to Lancaster rail station and ideally positioned near the M6 motorway to assist directors quickly and extensively. Our presence in the north-west also reaches to Blackpool, Chester, Preston, Liverpool and Manchester should you find these locations more convenient.
13th August 2019
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