"I’m Keith Tully and I manage the Liverpool office of Real Business Rescue. My colleagues and I are experts in identifying and providing solutions to companies in financial distress."
Our offices in Liverpool are easy to find and located right the heart of the city at 1 Old Hall Street. Our team is made up of dedicated and highly experienced professionals operating as some of the leading insolvency practitioners in the region. We are committed to delivering the answers and the assistance that companies and their stakeholders need under testing circumstances. For us, no issue and no company is too large or too small.
Whatever the issues are that you are facing as an individual or in your capacity as a company director, we have the expertise that can make a crucial difference in rescuing your business and limiting the damage of insolvency or administration.
In addition to our corporate insolvency team, we also provide a range of partner-led advisory services to UK companies. These include debt advisory solutions, business turnaround, corporate simplification and demerger, corporate and commercial finance, dispute resolution, and a range of shareholder and director liability reviews to help you understand any possible personal exposure. You can find out more about these services by visiting RBR Advisory.
Our base in Liverpool forms part of a much wider network of offices that covers the length and breadth of the UK. The scale of our collective expertise is unmatched and we place a great deal of emphasis on providing a personalised, genuine and compassionate service to all our clients in the north-west and beyond. To discover how we might be able to help you find clarity on key issues around insolvency and restructuring call our Liverpool office on 0151 676 9613.
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