“Welcome to the Swindon office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Julie Palmer, a corporate recovery specialist and regional managing partner for the company. Contact myself or a member of my team to find out how we can help you.”
Real Business Rescue has a strong presence across southern England and our Swindon office is an important part of the services we offer across the region. We are the UK’s leading insolvency practitioners and corporate recovery specialists, with a wealth of expertise.
Our work involves advising on large-scale corporate insolvencies and rescue strategies, as well as supporting company directors who are facing serious financial difficulties. Our ethos as a service provider is that no issue is too great or too small to take seriously or to approach with confidence and a sense of perspective. There is little that we haven’t seen or advised upon before and we are exceptionally well-placed to advise you, whatever your issues may be.
If you are a larger business looking for insolvency or restructuring support, the RBR Advisory team in Swindon will be best suited to advise you. Our services include debt restructuring, business turnaround, corporate restructuring and commercial finance.
It isn’t easy for a company director to pick up the phone and seek out assistance but doing so can be a very important step towards a brighter and more sustainable future. To arrange a consultation with one of our experts in Swindon, start by calling our director helpline on 01793 469 596.
Other Offices Across the South West Area are:
Bath Office Managed by Neil Vinnicombe
Bournemouth Office Managed by Julie Palmer
Bristol Office Managed by Simon Haskew
Cheltenham Office Managed by Mark Malone
Exeter Office Managed by Scott Kippax
Oxford Office Managed by Julie Palmer
28th July 2021
The number of UK companies in positions of ‘significant financial distress’ were up 24 per cent at the end of the June 2021, as compared to the same point of last year.Read More
22nd July 2021
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has called for an “immediate rethink on self-isolation rules” to help businesses manage their workforces as the economy reopens and recovers.Read More