“Welcome to Real Business Rescue. I’m Jon Munnery and I’ve been working in corporate rescue and recovery for more than 30 years. My team and I are ready to assist you with any queries you might have. Call us directly to find out how.”
Real Business Rescue is the UK’s leading independent corporate recovery and insolvency specialists. We advice corporates and individuals across Stoke-on-Trent and surrounding Staffordshire areas through our Midlands and Manchester offices. Our seasoned experts can advice on areas of corporate restructuring, recovery and refinancing. We provide a full range of services based on the skills of our licensed insolvency practitioners and our network of offices that stretches right across the UK from Scotland to the south coast.
Your nearest office is likely to be in Birmingham, Nottingham or Manchester but our partners and licensed insolvency practitioners are often in the Staffordshire area helping people in person. So if you are dealing with spiralling debts and serious financial difficulties anywhere in the Stoke-on-Trent area, Real Business Rescue can help.
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 problems of any magnitude does not resolve them and could potential make them far worse.
We provide a compassionate and an absolutely committed service to all our clients in Stoke, the Midlands and beyond. To arrange a free consultation you can call 01782 608 727 or we can meet with you in your workplace or alternative location at your convenience and in total confidence.
Other Offices Across the Midlands Area are:
Birmingham Office Managed by Neil Jeeves
Nottingham Office Managed by Peter Blair
21st February 2019
Members of parliament have proposed that an online sales tax be levied against internet retailers in order to provide support for their high street counterparts.Read More
20th February 2019
The proposed merger of two of the UK’s largest retailers has been thrown into jeopardy with the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).Read More