Licensed insolvency practitioners and liquidators in Leicester offering advice on corporate and personal insolvency.
“Welcome to the Leicester office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Gareth Prince and I’m a business rescue and recovery expert working across the Midlands. Our team in Leicester is exceptionally well-placed to provide advice and guidance on a full range of corporate insolvency issues.”
Real Business Rescue has offices throughout the UK and teams of highly dedicated and experienced corporate recovery experts in each location. We work closely with company directors to help them understand as clearly as possible the essential details involved in any corporate rescue or insolvency situation.
With 30 years’ experience providing critical advice to directors and stakeholders; we understand the strain caused by financial distress situations on both a business and personal level - that’s why we always aim to provide the clearest possible advice in an efficient, confidential and jargon-free fashion. We work on cases of all sizes and across a wide range of different industry sectors throughout the Midlands and the rest of the UK.
RBR Advisory, our corporate advisory service for larger businesses is made up of a team of licensed insolvency practitioners and business restructuring experts. We cater for high turnover companies looking for corporate restructuring, finance, or transaction advice. Our aim is to offer actionable solutions and robust to ensure your business is on a firm footing to enable future growth. See RBR Advisory for more details on how we can help.
You can meet with a Real Business Rescue representative at your home, workplace, or our nearest office at a time of your convenience. If that happens to be our Leicester office then call us directly to arrange a free initial consultation. We have other offices nearby in Burton-upon-Trent, Nottingham, Birmingham and Stoke-on-Trent.
16th September 2019
There was around a 25 per cent increase in the number of restaurant businesses entering insolvency over the course of the year to June 2019, according to the latest figures on the subject.Read More