“Welcome to Real Business Rescue’s Watford office. My name is Jeremy Karr and I lead a team of highly experienced and knowledgeable business rescue and insolvency specialists. I have over 20 years’ experience in the field and, along with my team, am able to help you and your company out of financial distress.”
From our Watford office, the Real Business Rescue team are able to provide specialist business rescue and turnaround advice to both company directors and private individuals. As part of a network of 75 UK offices, Watford provides an important base from which we aim to provide bespoke practical advice to company directors whose debts are spiralling out of control.
If you feel that your finances are in serious trouble then it is vital that you contact our Watford team of insolvency and business rescue specialists today. We can arrange a free same day meeting with Jeremy where we will take the time to understand you and your situation before setting you on the path to recovery.
There are rarely overnight quick fixes to states of financial distress, but the sooner you contact us, the more options you are likely to have and the quicker we can help to bring your situation to a resolution.
Our team of reputable, licensed insolvency practitioners and restructuring experts can cater for businesses of all sizes across a multitude of sectors. As a specialist in the field of insolvency, Real Business Rescue can offer SMEs and owner-managed businesses advice during times of financial distress. Alternatively, RBR Advisory works closely with larger businesses and global enterprises to provide specialist advice on a range of matters including working capital management, refinancing existing liabilities, and transaction support.
Our Watford office is easy to reach in Watford city centre, located close to Watford Junction train station, or you may find visiting one of our other offices such as Guildford, Milton Keynes, Oxford, London City or London Paddington, more convenient.
16th September 2019
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