Services

Corporate Services & Restructuring

RBK provide an extensive range of Corporate Finance, Corporate Recovery, Personal Debt Solutions and Forensic Accounting services to our clients.

At RBK, our experienced corporate advisory team provide services for businesses of all sizes, in all sectors and at every stage of development. With more than 60 years’ experience supporting Irish and overseas businesses, we understand that no two businesses are the same. We take the time to get to know you so that we can tailor our services to match your business’s unique requirements.

Our services include:

Corporate Finance

Ireland’s recovering economy presents many opportunities for businesses to develop and grow. RBK advises on mergers, acquisitions, disposals and provides comprehensive…

Corporate Recovery

RBK’s Corporate Recovery Partners have many years’ experience providing corporate restructuring and recovery solutions.

Personal Debt Solutions

A significant legacy of Ireland's recession is unsustainable personal debt. Russell Brennan Keane Personal Debt Solutions team provides a range of services to assist…

Forensic Accounting

RBK specialists will work closely with you and your legal advisors to deliver a confidential, professional, independent, cost effective and practical forensic accounting solution.

Team Members

Chris Ball

Corporate Finance Partner

View Profile

Tom Donohue

Head of Corporate Advisory

View Profile

Brendan O'Donoghue

Restructuring & Insolvency Partner

View Profile

David Gleeson

Managing Partner

View Profile

Related Downloads

THE TREASURY HUB - OCTOBER 2019 REPORT 1.03 MB

This is the October 2019 issue of the Treasury Hub report, as we continue to bring you our regular Banking and Treasury Report as part of THE TREASURY HUB. This week has seen the release of the UK alternative view on how Brexit may happen. A general election before Christmas is almost a racing certainty now. The EUR/GBP exchange rate continues to ebb and flow with markets views on probabilities of a hard or soft Brexit. Short-term rates are trapped in low territory and look like staying there for the foreseeable future. Worries surrounding economic growth with no inflationary pressure has led to Eurozone longer-term interest rates also easing significantly in 2019.

Download