“Hi, I’m Gary Shankland and I’ve been working with companies during times of financial distress for more than a decade. My team and I provide services as insolvency practitioners in London throughout southern England. Call us directly to find out how we might be able to assist you.”
Real Business Rescue is the UK’s leading provider of advice and assistance to company directors dealing with serious debts and financial difficulties. We help distressed companies of all sizes across the entire south-east England from our main office in the City of London.
The sooner you contact us, the greater the potential for saving your company and finding a positive way forward. Seeking the assistance of insolvency practitioners and corporate rescue experts is not an easy step to take but we are here to help in any way that we can. Our priorities are to deliver clear advice and to illuminate the options that are available to directors facing tough times, with the ultimate goal of helping you keep your company in business.
Insolvency is not all we do however. We have years of experience in assisting global firms and internationally established businesses. If you are a large business looking for debt advisory and specialist financial services to help take your business to the next level, our RBR Advisory team can be of assistance.
Our office network covers the entire of the UK and our central London office lies in the heart of the City close to the Bank of England. You can speak to one of our licensed insolvency practitioners today by calling our director helpline on 0207 971 7265. Alternatively, one of our experts can come to your place of work to discuss your issues. Other nearby offices include Cambridge Office Managed by Louise Baxter & Southend Office Managed by Jamie Taylor. The other Nearby Office is the Harrow Office managed by Jeremy Karr, Paddington Office managed by Gary Shankland, Croydon Office managed by Jeremy Karr, Ilford Office managed by Jamie Taylor and Romford Office managed by Jamie Taylor.
16th September 2019
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