Licensed insolvency practitioners and liquidators in Slough offering advice on corporate and personal insolvency.
“Welcome to the Slough office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Marco Piacquadio, a business rescue and recovery expert. My team and I stand ready to help if your company is facing an uncertain future due to financial distress of any kind.”
Real Business Rescue is the UK’s leading provider of advice and support to company directors whose businesses are struggling or unable to remain solvent. Our team in Slough is comprised of highly experienced insolvency practitioners and genuine experts in the field. We work very closely with individual directors and management teams to help them understand their options with complete clarity and to make what will often be very tough but important decisions with confidence.
It is always our aim to provide advice and information in a way that is jargon-free and easy to understand. Having been supporting directors in dealing with corporate insolvency and financial crisis situations for more than three decades, we understand just how challenging it can be and how important it is to have the right advice available at key moments.
If you are seeking an efficient exit strategy or restructuring advice, Real Business Rescue are the experts in helping small to medium enterprises in all areas surrounding financial distress and possible insolvency. Through our RBR Advisory offering, we are also able to service the needs of larger businesses, such as global enterprises and AIM-listed companies. We offer a suite of advisory services ranging from contingency planning, crisis management, and debt advisory.
You can arrange an initial consultation with one of our resident experts in Slough any time. We can meet with you at your office or workplace, or at our offices, at a time that suits you. We also have operating bases nearby in Central London, Watford, Guildford and Reading.
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