“Welcome to the Stoke office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Diane Dunion and my team and I are ready to assist you with any queries you might have. Call us directly to find out how we can help.”
Real Business Rescue is the UK’s leading independent corporate recovery and insolvency specialists. We advise company directors, sole traders, and individuals across Stoke-on-Trent and the surrounding Staffordshire areas. Our seasoned experts can advise on all areas of corporate restructuring, recovery and refinancing.
From our Stoke-on-Trent office our team of insolvency experts, headed up by licensed insolvency practitioner Diane Dunion, can talk you through your options and suggest the best way forward. We will take the time to understand your situation and the reasons behind your current difficulties in order to provide a tailored solution.
If you are an established business with a large number of employees and assets, your needs, and therefore options, will differ from those of a financially distressed SME. With this in mind, our RBR Advisory team in Stoke-on-Trent are perfectly placed to assist high turnover companies with a range of specialist service offerings ranging from refinancing and contingency planning, through to debt advisory and dispute resolution.
We know what really matters in the context of insolvency and dealing with unhappy creditors. We make it our business to ensure that stakeholders and company directors are as informed as possible about their options and the potential routes out of financial distress. It isn’t easy for company directors to call insolvency practitioners to seek advice and support but ignoring the problems you are facing does not resolve them and could potential make them far worse.
We provide a profession, confidential, and compassionate service to all our clients in Stoke, the Midlands and further afield. To arrange a free consultation in our office, or an alternative location of your choosing, call us today on 01782 608 727 in total confidence.
21st May 2020
Around 74 per cent of UK manufacturing companies reported cashflow difficulties in the three months to May, according to the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).Read More
18th May 2020
More than one in five employers across the country are planning to make redundancies in the coming months, according to a new piece of research.Read More