Licensed insolvency practitioners and liquidators in Newport offering advice on corporate and personal insolvency.
“Hi, I’m Huw Powell, a partner with Real Business Rescue based here in Wales. It is with great pride that I welcome you to our office in Newport. Contact us any time to discuss your situation. We provide a full range of expertise and support in relation to corporate insolvency and business rescue or recovery.”
In addition to our office here in Newport, we have others nearby in Swansea and in Cardiff. There are also Real Business Rescue offices in all parts of the English Midlands, as well as across the rest of the UK. Each of our offices are staffed by teams of experts in the realms of business recovery, corporate insolvency and liquidation.
We work closely with company directors from a huge range of different industry sectors and businesses of all sizes, from small scale operators right through to multinationals with many thousands of employees. Our focus is always on bringing as much clarity as possible to what tend to be very testing circumstances.
Our RBR Advisory team in Newport are able to assist larger businesses with a sizeable workforce and trading activity across multiple locations. The multidisciplinary team which is made up of highly knowledgeable and seasoned restructuring experts can devise and execute a plan of action to help you take the next step in your company’s growth, or else work through a period of financial distress.
If you’d like to find out more about how we at Real Business Rescue might be able to help you, contact your nearest office any time. You can arrange a free initial consultation at any of our offices in Wales any time or we can come and meet you at your workplace or any other location that works for you.
21st May 2020
Around 74 per cent of UK manufacturing companies reported cashflow difficulties in the three months to May, according to the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).Read More
18th May 2020
More than one in five employers across the country are planning to make redundancies in the coming months, according to a new piece of research.Read More