“Hi, I’m Julie Palmer and I lead a team of licensed insolvency practitioners in south-west England. I have over a decade of experience in assisting company directors during times of financial difficulty and crisis. My colleagues and I are available to call directly for confidential advice or to arrange a free consultation.”
The intricacies of corporate insolvency, business rescue and financial restructuring are complex and it is our priority to illuminate the key issues and answer any questions you have about everything from administration to alternative funding. We are sensitive to the concerns of company directors and we appreciate that dealing with financial distress can take its toll on stakeholders as well.
At Real Business Rescue, we deal with every one of our clients in precisely the same way, with a clear focus on finding the best route forward. No problem is too large or too small for us to take on and we work with large and small companies alike.
Our Salisbury team which is made up of highly experienced, licensed insolvency practitioners are on hand to provide tailored advice to your business, taking into consideration the size, sector and business structure. If you are a mid-market business of higher size and turnover, our RBR Advisory team will be able to provide the specialist support your company needs.
Real Business Rescue serves the south-west of England from our main regional office in Salisbury. If you’re based anywhere in the south-west of England and would like to arrange a face-to-face, no obligation free consultation then call our director helpline 0800 644 6080. You can speak with a licensed insolvency practitioner today and arrange of consultation at a time and place to suit you.
Other Offices Across the South West Area are:
Bath Office Managed by Neil Vinnicombe
Bournemouth Office Managed by Julie Palmer
Bristol Office Managed by Simon Haskew
Cheltenham Office Managed by Mark MaloneExeter Office Managed by Ian Walker
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