"Welcome to the Portsmouth office of Real Business Rescue. My name is Julie Palmer and I’m a restructuring and corporate recovery expert. I lead a team of dedicated and experienced insolvency practitioners working in the south of England. For assistance or to arrange a consultation call me or one of my colleagues directly."
When a company is in financial distress its directors typically need the advice of experts in the field of corporate recovery and insolvency. This is where Real Business Rescue can help.
Our network of offices covers the length and breadth of the country, with each base staffed with leading insolvency practitioners and seasoned business recovery experts. Regardless of the scale, nature or circumstances of your company, we have the specialist skills and knowledge to support directors in times of crisis. We realise that nobody really wants to speak to corporate or personal insolvency experts but when a situation demands it then you need the best possible advice available.
The next step of action will be influenced by the size of the business, industry and outstanding liabilities. If you are a large business seeking specialist support from one of our licensed insolvency practitioners or restructuring experts, visit the RBR Advisory website.
How the insolvency process is approached and understood by company directors can make a significant difference in terms of how events ultimately unfold. Therefore it is also crucial to seek advice at the right moment and we’re here to provide that support whenever it is needed.
Our Portsmouth office forms part of our nationwide network and we have other operating bases nearby in Poole Office, Southampton Office, Eastleigh Office and Isle of Wight Office all managed by Julie Palmer.
21st June 2019
The government has announced plans that should soon see large companies being fined for failing to pay their smaller scale suppliers in a timely fashion.Read More
20th June 2019
The bathroom retail business Bathstore is facing the prospect of entering administration and potentially putting around 700 jobs in jeopardy.Read More