"My name is Huw Powell, partner at Real Business Rescue’s Swansea office. You can ask for me directly with any queries relating to company financial distress and insolvency. Call our Swansea office on 0800 644 6080 to arrange a free one-to-one consultation.”
Welcome to Real Business Rescue in Swansea where our team of business rescue experts and licensed insolvency practitioners have over 20 years’ experience in helping turn around the fortunes of companies across South Wales and beyond.
We have a UK-wide network of offices, including an alternative location in Cardiff, which enables us to help directors across all industries and from all corners of the UK, regardless of the size or stature of your business.
Our dedicated avenue for larger businesses, RBR Advisory, can provide sharp solutions and strategic restructuring advice to help get your business back on track. Our trusted advisors and licensed insolvency practitioners can help futureproof your business and protect shareholders from the fallout of potential insolvency.
We have a motivated and compassionate team of professional insolvency specialists who will strive to find the best resolution when your business is in distress. We can discuss solutions such as company administration or company voluntary arrangements (CVAs). We can also help if you require liquidation advice or bespoke finance options such as invoice factoring and discounting.
If you are under scrutiny from HMRC, have numerous overdue creditors or are facing a winding-up petition, you should make it a priority to seek expert help and advice. We can quickly ascertain what is required to improve the health of your business. If you are struggling under mounting financial worries, take the first step towards a solution today by arranging a consultation with one of our experts in Swansea.
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