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Regional Managing Partner
Milton Keynes Office
Call: 01908 489 411
“Hi, I’m Julie Palmer, welcome to the Milton Keynes office of Real Business Rescue. I lead a highly dedicated team of insolvency experts who will be happy to help if you need advice or guidance on any form of insolvency or business recovery.”
Real Business Rescue works closely with company directors from across the South East of England and the rest of the country via our UK-wide office network. Our experts are exceptionally well placed to provide specialist support in relation to a full range of issues around insolvency, liquidation and business recovery.
We understand just how difficult it can be to lead a business that is faced with a perilous financial situation, mounting debts and a cash flow crisis. Our experts have a huge wealth of relevant experience and specialist knowledge when it comes to financial management and overcoming serious financial difficulties. In addition to our office in Milton Keynes, we have bases too in Northampton, Birmingham, Cambridge, London and Oxford.
If action is necessary to save your business then the sooner you get the advice you need the better your prospects of recovery are likely to be. At Real Business Rescue, we always provide clear and actionable guidance from a basis of genuine expertise and experience. We can help regardless of how large or small your business may be or what industry you are in.
Contact our Milton Keynes office directly to find out more about how we might be able to help you and to arrange a free initial consultation to discuss your concerns and your potential options.
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