“Hi, I’m Gillian Sayburn and I’m a partner with Real Business Rescue in the north-east of England. If you’re looking for advice or assistance with any issues around insolvency or corporate restructuring, call us directly on 0800 644 6080 to find out how we can help.”
The Teesside office of Real Business Rescue is located between the towns of Stockton and Middlesbrough. The office has been open since 2010 is part of a nationwide network of Real Business Rescue locations.
We’re proud of the services we provide to companies and directors operating in the north-east and the Teesside area. We work with large and small businesses alike and deliver clear and actionable advice when and where it is needed most. The basis of our service is the expertise and the commitment of our licensed and hugely experienced insolvency practitioners.
At Real Business Rescue we regularly work with both small and medium sized businesses during times of financial distress, while our RBR Advisory team are dedicated to working with large businesses to reorganise existing liabilities, improve company performance and cut unnecessary costs.
When you are faced with the reality of a seemingly dire financial circumstance, the way forward can be very unclear and potentially confusing. Real Business Rescue brings clarity to the equation and sheds light on the issues that really matter. There are no easy fixes to corporate financial distress but with the right approach there are solutions available that can make an enormous difference for the future.
If you’d like to arrange a consultation with a representative of our Teesside office then you can call us directly on 01642 386 454. We also have an office in Newcastle.
13th May 2021
The government and HMRC have issued a warning to businesses to be on the lookout for operators within their supply chains who may be committing fraud via the use of mini umbrella companies.Read More
12th May 2021
The British Retailer Consortium (BRC) is arguing for the creation of a new arbitration process to help find a solution to the issue of billions of pounds being owed.Read More