Real Business Rescue is part of Begbies Traynor Group which recently retained its position as the UK’s leading business recovery practice with regard to total corporate insolvency appointments.
We offer comprehensive director support through our nationwide office network including representation in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and throughout England. We empathise with company directors in distress on one-to-one levels through free consultations which we can often arrange the same day. No other company rescue firm can offer such specialist, dedicated, immediate and widespread support.
Throughout 2016, Begbies Traynor and Real Business Rescue handled more than 1,000 new cases, including 915 liquidations and 121 company administrations, the most common types of formal insolvency procedure within the UK – emphasising our high levels of service to companies requiring professional solutions.
These are official figures from data provided by Dun & Bradstreet (comprising data sourced from Companies House, the London Gazette, the Edinburgh Gazette and the Belfast Gazette) as well as information from “Accountant in Bankruptcy” (official recorder of all corporate insolvency appointments in Scotland).
Our range of solutions are unparalleled; whatever situation your company is in that requires intervention, our 450-strong team based across the UK can support you today.
The administration was a consequence of the challenging economic climate, but also the long-term lease commitments to the landlords of the stores. Attempts were made by the company to renegotiate lease terms, however, these proved unsuccessful. The administration of the company became inevitable. The subsequent sale was a positive result and has safeguarded the jobs of those working for the company.Read the Case Study View all Case Studies
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