Licensed insolvency practitioners and liquidators in Reading offering advice on corporate and personal insolvency.
“Hi, I’m Marco Piacquadio, a director with Real Business Rescue, and I’d like to welcome you, on behalf of my team, to our office in Reading. We work with companies across the South East of England and we provide a full range of support to anyone leading a company faced with any form of financial crisis.”
We are able to assist owner-managed businesses, SMEs and sole traders through our nationwide network of offices. Thanks to our specialist advisory service, we are also well placed to help larger companies with more complex needs such as risk management, contingency planning, and shareholder disputes. If you are a high-turnover firm, our specialist RBR Advisory team can provide the specialist help and support your situation requires.
There are Real Business Rescue offices right across the UK and we are the country’s leading provider of advisory services around corporate insolvency and recovery. Our experts have decades of experience in supporting directors and teams of stakeholders through the difficulties of decision making associated with corporate financial crisis situations.
Our advice is always delivered in a way that’s jargon-free and can be easily understood and digested by recipients. That clarity helps give confidence to clients who are often company directors with tough but vitally important decisions to make. We work very closely with directors and aim to build a relationship based on trust and honest communications.
If you’d like to arrange a confidential consultation with one of our specialists in the Reading area then you can call our office in the town any time. We will always be happy to meet with you to discuss the key details of your situation at any location that is most convenient for you.
There are also Real Business Rescue offices in Cambridge Office Managed by Louise Baxter, Luton Office Managed by Marco Piacquadio, Milton Keynes Office Managed by Julie Palmer and Slough Office Managed by Marco Piacquadio.
16th September 2019
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