“Welcome to the Worcester office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Mark Malone and I lead a team of personal and corporate insolvency professionals who can help you with a range of financial problems you may be facing.”
From the smallest one man band company, through to the large multi-national operations, Real Business Rescue has the skills and expertise to provide the clear and honest advice you and your company need. Whether you want to throw everything at saving your business, or you would like to investigate closure options, we can talk you through the various routes available allowing you to make an informed choice.
We understand that when financial pressures get too much, time is very much of the essence. Due to this we offer a same day consultation completely free of charge. During this meeting we will take the time to learn more about your company and what lead to its current issues. This information will allow us to provide you with informed advice tailored for your business and its own specific problems.
We understand that as a large business, your liabilities and financial obligations will differ to those of SMEs due to the scale of the business, number of employees and the potential for reputational damage. Our team are highly experienced in this area and can provide industry-leading advice on a variety of matters including corporate simplification, crisis management, and dispute resolution, as well as a dedicated corporate finance team who can provide a full transaction support service.
If you’re a company director based in Worcester or the Midlands and you’d like to speak to one of our local experts directly call 01905 915 114 to arrange a free consultation. For a face-to-face meeting, you can visit us at our offices or we can visit you at your workplace any time. Alternatively, you can call our director helpline on 0800 644 6080 for confidential and reliable advice. Other nearby offices include Birmingham Office Managed by Neil Jeeves, Cheltenham Office Managed by Mark Malone & the Hereford Office Managed by Julie Palmer.