“I’m Andrew Mackenzie and I’m a partner at Real Business Rescue. Welcome to our Scunthorpe office where my colleagues and I are here to provide help and guidance to companies and individuals who are facing financial distress.”
Real Business Rescue has more than 70 offices spanning the length and breadth of the country, allowing us to help company directors from all over the UK. The Scunthorpe office is led by partner and licensed insolvency practitioner, Andrew Mackenzie who is supported by an experienced group of insolvency experts.
Regardless of the size of your company, or the sector you operate in, Andrew and his team have the skills and expertise to help. You may think your problems are insurmountable, but rest assured, there is little we haven’t seen before and we truly believe that a solution exists for every company going through times of financial distress.
Our multidisciplinary team have worked with businesses of all sizes in unique situations, so we are confident that our partner-led service will be able to provide the necessary support to your business. As the needs of larger establishments, which typically come with greater assets, liabilities, and employees, are different to those of SMEs, we have a team dedicated to providing this specialist help and support. Find out more about our advisory offerings by visiting RBR Advisory.
We can talk you through ways of rescuing your company if these are appropriate for your situation. This could mean negotiating with your creditors (including HMRC) to lessen your monthly outgoings, or more formal restructuring procedures such as entering into a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) or pre-pack administration. Alternatively, we are equally able to help if you would prefer to close your company and place it into liquidation. If you are unsure of where you see the future of your company going, we can help you understand your options and suggest the most appropriate course of action.
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