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Monday to Friday 09:00 - 17:30 (Visitors by appointment only)
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Please note - visitors to our Taunton office are by appointment only.
“Welcome to the Taunton office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Neil Vinnicombe, partner at Real Business Rescue and an insolvency practitioner with over two decades of experience helping companies and individuals in financial distress. Call me or one of my colleagues to find out today how we might be able to assist you.”
Our Taunton office is one of more than 70 offices across the UK and is largely reserved for arranged meetings with directors and business owners in financial distress. We understand how difficult it can be to reach out for help when you or your company is facing serious financial problems and we help hundreds of people under these circumstances every year.
Real Business Rescue is a truly nationwide operation and we have a network of offices covering the entirety of the UK. As a result, we are able to draw upon an exceptionally broad range of expertise in both personal and corporate insolvency situations.
To find out how we can help you, contact our Taunton office to arrange a completely free no-obligation consultation. We will be happy to discuss your situation with you and suggest the most appropriate way forwards. Alternatively you can visit any of our offices to discuss your issues, or our experts can travel to meet you at your place of work if you would prefer.
Other Offices Across the South West Include:
Bath Office Managed by Neil Vinnicombe
Bournemouth Office & Oxford Office Managed by Julie Palmer
Bristol Office Managed by Simon Haskew
Cheltenham Office Managed by Mark Malone
14th February 2019
The bakery chain business Patisserie Valerie has been acquired out of administration by an Irish private equity firm called Causeway Capital Partners.Read More
13th February 2019
The department store operator Debenhams has secured access to a £40 million credit facility that should help it cope with the pressures of its ongoing funding crisis.Read More