Licensed insolvency practitioners and liquidators in Romford offering advice on corporate and personal insolvency.
“Welcome to the Real Business Rescue office in Romford. I’m Jamie Taylor, a partner with the company in the South East of England. If you’re in need of advice on business rescue or any form of corporate insolvency then the team here in Romford will be happy to help.”
There are Real Business Rescue offices right across the UK and we have numerous operating bases in London and across the South East. We work closely with company directors across the region and the country, providing guidance and support whenever it is needed in corporate insolvency and business recovery or rescue scenarios.
The Romford team are able to provide tailored advice to businesses of all sizes and sectors. If you are a small business looking to revive or close your company, our team can help determine a strategic next step. As a multi-disciplinary business with a national network of offices, our RBR Advisory team specialise in dealings with larger businesses across a number of specialist advisory services.
We are able to draw upon an outstanding wealth of relevant knowledge and expertise to deliver the highest calibre of advisory services in our specialist areas. We address every insolvency or rescue situation on a case by case basis and always strive to provide the clearest possible advice and information in support of company directors who are responsible for taking what are often very tough decisions.
You can arrange a free initial consultation with us at our Romford office any time by contacting us directly. We’ll be happy to meet with you for an initial chat at our offices, at your place of work or at any other location that works for you.
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