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Regional Managing Partner
Call: 0161 452 1383
Email: [email protected]
“Hi I’m Paul Stanley and I’m a regional managing partner with Real Business Rescue. My team in Stockport is able to provide all the advice and guidance you might need if your business is struggling to service its debts to creditors. Contact us directly to find out how we can help you.”
Real Business Rescue is a leading provider of guidance and support for those facing either corporate or personal insolvency. Whatever issues your company is dealing with, rest assured there is a solution out there even if it may not seem like it at the moment. Our dedicated professionals have a wealth of experience with a proven track record of turning companies around and getting them back on a solid financial footing.
Regardless of the size of your business and the particular challenges you are facing, if your company is suffering financial distress then we at Real Business Rescue can help. We have a wealth of experience and expertise when it comes to dealing with all aspects of insolvency and business restructuring.
RBR Advisory, part of Real Business Rescue, provides professional support to stakeholders of larger corporate entities who require more specialist services such as corporate simplification, shareholder dispute resolution and forensic investigations. For more details of our Stockport services for mid-market businesses, visit RBR Advisory.
If you are based in Stockport, or the surrounding area, contact our office to arrange a confidential consultation and to find out how we can help you and your business overcome the struggles you are currently facing.
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