“I’m Gary Shankland and I head up the Paddington office of Real Business Rescue. Along with my expert team, I can assist directors and individuals in times of financial disarray. We have worked on thousands of cases across London and surrounding areas and our reputation is well renowned. If you are looking for insolvency solutions to help provide your business with some breathing space, rest assured we can help.”
Real Business Rescue is qualified to handle all manner of insolvency matters and our Paddington team, like all of our nationwide offices, is regulated by professional bodies and always ready to offer a friendly and personal service. Our sole aim in insolvency-related matters is to find the most positive outcome for all parties involved, relying on decades of industry experience to advise you every step of the way.
Alternatively our RBR Advisory team specialise in working alongside larger businesses helping to ensure optimal performance during times of distress or growth. We have years of experience working with large businesses including AIM-listed companies, internationally renowned organisations and multinational firms. If you are a mid-market business seeking specialist advice on dispute resolution, corporate simplification and business turnaround, contact our Advisory team.
If your business is struggling with financial problems or is currently trading insolvent, speak to our team as soon as possible. Contact us today to arrange a free consultation and receive invaluable, independent advice to help your business move forward in the right direction. We are located right in the heart of London, a short walk from both the over ground and underground London Paddington stations. Other Nearby Offices Include: City of London Office Managed by Gary Shankland, Harrow Office managed by Jeremy Karr & Cambridge Office Managed by Louise Baxter. The other Nearby Office is the Croydon Office managed by Jeremy Karr, Ilford Office managed by Jamie Taylor and Romford Office managed by Jamie Taylor.
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