“Hi, I’m Julie Palmer and I’m a regional managing partner with Real Business Rescue. Our Oxford office is staffed by some of the best insolvency practitioners in England. Call myself or a member of my team directly to find out how we might be able to assist you.”
Real Business Rescue has a network of offices across the UK, each of which has its own team of licensed insolvency practitioners delivering straightforward advice to companies facing serious financial problems. No director every wants to be in the position of reaching out for insolvency or corporate rescue advice but when it is needed, that support can make a real difference.
If you are seeing your debt problems spiral out of control and dealing with increasingly impatient creditors, then call our Oxford office directly to find out how we can help. We offer a compassionate and committed service to all our clients, regardless of the scale of their organisation or their financial problems.
While we are known for assisting limited companies with matters relating to insolvency, we also have a specialist team dedicated to helping larger companies and their shareholders. RBR Advisory, an advisory outlet for mid-market companies can assist with demergers, dispute resolution, corporate simplification, corporate and commercial finance. For more details on the services offered by RBR Advisory to larger businesses, view the website.
There are rarely quick fixes to financial difficulties that have built up over time but there are right and wrong ways to proceed at every juncture in the insolvency and recovery process. We are seasoned experts in these areas and we aim to offer and outline practical solutions to real world problems being faced by our clients.
Other Offices Across the South West Area are:
Bournemouth Office Managed by Julie Palmer
Bristol Office Managed by Simon Haskew
Cheltenham Office Managed by Mark Malone
Exeter Office Managed by Ian Walker
Salisbury Office Managed by Julie Palmer
Swindon Office Managed by Julie Palmer
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