“I’m Julie Palmer and I head up the Southampton office of Real Business Rescue. I lead a team of highly experienced and committed insolvency practitioners and corporate recovery specialists. Call us directly to find out how we can help you.”
If you’re based in or close to Southampton and you’re facing serious financial difficulties as an individual or as a company director then we can help. Real Business Rescue is the UK’s leading insolvency specialist and we have a strong presence on the south coast of England.
However large or small your company or your financial problems are, we are exceptionally well placed to assist you in finding a solution and creating a workable plan for the future. There are rarely quick fixes to the causes of serious financial distress but with the right advice and an appropriate approach, disasters can be averted.
At Real Business Rescue we pride ourselves on delivering the same calibre of service to small start-ups as to multinational operators. Our collective aim across Real Business Rescue and RBR Advisory, our debt advisory outlet for larger businesses, is to relieve pressure by facilitating a strategic recovery plan. We ensure that we take into consideration the size of the business, liabilities and the financial consequences that may fall upon the director to ensure the most appropriate advice is given at all times. What matters to us is what matters to our clients, which means understanding all the options available and choosing the right path forward.
We can arrange a consultation at your workplace or at our offices. You will be dealing with fully licensed insolvency practitioners and corporate rescue experts with years of experience behind them. Or if you need immediate advice, call our director helpline on 0800 644 6060.
5th August 2020
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has called on the chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak to change his approach to providing support to businesses across the UK economy.Read More
5th August 2020
A growing number of companies have been announcing their intention to make significant cuts to their workforces as the coronavirus crisis continues and the UK economy struggles to rebound.Read More