01604 268 363 [email protected]
Monday to Friday 09:00 - 17:30
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“Hello and welcome to the Northampton office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Louise Baxter and I’m an insolvency, corporate recovery and business restructuring expert. Myself and my team in the East Midlands are here to help if you are a director of a company faced with financial difficulties and the prospect of insolvency.”
There are Real Business Rescue offices right throughout the UK and we have an exceptionally broad range of expertise with regard to any aspect of personal or corporate insolvency. From our Northampton office we can very confidently assist and advise you on any issues relating to insolvency, liquidation, business rescue or restructuring.
Finding a positive route forward when your business is struggling to pay its debts and to stay afloat is never easy but with the right advice it can be done. At Real Business Rescue, we have a wealth of insolvency knowledge and experience to draw upon and we’re always focussed on providing clear guidance wherever and whenever it is required.
In the event of insolvency, it is vital to seek advice to ensure that you are not trading as insolvent or incurring further liabilities. Our Northampton team can assist small to medium businesses in providing turnaround and restructuring services. If you are a larger firm, it may be more appropriate for you to contact our advisory team; visit RBR Advisory for more details.
Contact our Northampton office to find out more about how we might be able to help you. You can arrange a free no-obligation consultation with a licensed insolvency practitioner who will take the time to understand your current issues, the reasons behind them, and work with you to reach the best solution for you and your business. Other nearby offices include Birmingham Office Managed by Neil Jeeves, Milton Keynes Office Managed by Julie Palmer & the Stoke-on-Trent Office Managed by Diane Dunion
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11th January 2021
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