"I’m Kris Wigfield, Managing Partner at Real Business Rescue. If you need advice on your personal or your company’s financial position, call me or one of my colleagues directly."
The Real Business Rescue Nottingham office is an important base for us in the Midlands and part of a network of office locations covering the whole of the UK. Our experts provide committed and confidential advice to company directors dealing with serious debts and ongoing financial challenges.
If you are a large corporation or global entity, the services offered by our advisory arm may be better placed to assist you. Our RBR Advisory team can determine workable solutions to preserve the value of your business, cut excessive costs and resolve creditor disputes. We are able to advise you on the optimal strategy to recover or grow your business, see the RBR Advisory website for more details.
We understand the range of issues involved in insolvency and our specialists are exceptionally well-placed to answer key questions with precision and find the best solutions to even the most serious of financial problems. From our Nottingham office we provide services to directors of companies large and small. When it comes to finding routes out of and beyond financial turbulence, Real Business Rescue has unrivalled capacity in terms of personnel and expertise.
Turning to an insolvency practitioner for assistance isn’t a position that any director likes to find themselves in but where there are no easy fixes or obvious solutions, doing so can make a tangible and important difference for the better.
Contact Kris and his team today and take the first step towards getting your company back on a solid financial footing. Other Offices Across the Midlands Area are: the Birmingham Office Managed by Neil Jeeves, Burton Office Managed by Gareth Prince, Hereford Office Managed by Brett Barton, Northampton Office Managed by Louise Baxter and the Stoke-on-Trent Office Managed by Diane Dunion.
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