Licensed insolvency practitioners and liquidators in Wolverhampton offering advice on corporate and personal insolvency.
“Hi, I’m Mark Malone, a business recovery and rescue specialist, and a Midlands-based partner at Real Business Rescue. I’d like to welcome you to our office in Wolverhampton, where we have an outstanding team of highly dedicated insolvency practitioners.”
Real Business Rescue supports company directors and management teams in navigating the tough decisions they face in situations of corporate financial distress. We have offices throughout the UK and we work with directors of companies across a full range of industry sectors.
As a leading business recovery specialist with a network of over 70 offices across the UK and dedicated localised teams with individual specialisms, we are able to cater for businesses of all sizes. While our offering through Real Business Rescue is aimed at SMEs and owner-managed limited companies, our RBR Advisory team is committed to providing advice to larger establishments and global firms.
Our services are based firmly on the high levels of expertise and experience that our teams of specialist insolvency practitioners can bring to bear on behalf of all our clients. We can provide clear guidance and support on all matters relating to corporate insolvency or business rescue and many of our experts have been helping companies in financial distress for decades.
If you’d like to arrange a free initial consultation we’d be very happy to hear from you and you can call our Wolverhampton office directly to do so. We can meet with you at our office or at your workplace or any other location of your choosing.
At Real Business Rescue, we always work to provide the clearest and best possible advice and we understand that no two companies or financial crisis scenarios are alike. That’s why we get to know the individuals involved as well as the circumstances in which they find themselves. Call now to find out how we can start helping you.
5th August 2020
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has called on the chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak to change his approach to providing support to businesses across the UK economy.Read More
5th August 2020
A growing number of companies have been announcing their intention to make significant cuts to their workforces as the coronavirus crisis continues and the UK economy struggles to rebound.Read More