“Welcome to the York office of Real Business Rescue. I’m Mike Jenkins, a partner with the company and an expert in both personal and corporate insolvency. Call us directly to find out how myself or one of my colleagues might be able to assist you in planning for the future.”
The processes and the details involved in corporate insolvency and recovery can be complex and often seem dauntingly opaque. At Real Business Rescue, we use our decades of experience in the field to explain the key issues with clarity and precision. The ultimate goal is to keep your company in business and to deliver practical advice when it is needed.
We operate across the length and breadth of the UK and our offices are staffed by many of the country’s leading insolvency practitioners. Turbulent financial circumstances can be very difficult to navigate, particularly when you are a company director facing up to the consequences and dealing with unhappy creditors. We are sensitive to the challenges directors face and aim to support all our clients in any way that we can.
If you are a larger corporation, however, we understand that your needs may be more complex. With a greater number of shareholders and stakeholders to consider, as well as the potential reputational damage any type of formal insolvency may have on the company, there are often more variables to contend with. Due to this, higher turnover companies may find the services offered by our advisory arm, RBR Advisory, more suited to their needs. With decades of experience working with global businesses and AIM listed companies we are able to offer the specialist advice you need.
Our office in York is roughly two miles north of the city centre. If you’d like to arrange a free consultation to find out how we might be able to help you call us directly 01904 395 997.
Alternatively, we can arrange to visit you in your workplace to initiate discussions and begin to plan a route forward for you and your company.
We also have other offices across Yorkshire and Humberside that might be closer to your location.
Author: Keith Tully (Partner)
16th September 2019
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