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Corporate Finance

Is an area of finance that deals with sources of funding, the capital structure of corporations, the actions that managers take to increase the value of the firm to the shareholders, and the tools and analysis used to allocate financial resources.

Due Diligence

Due Diligence

IT is an investigation or audit of a potential investment or product to confirm all facts, such as reviewing all financial records, plus anything else deemed material. It refers to the care a reasonable person should take before entering into an agreement or a financial transaction with another party.
Business Valuation

Business Valuation

Business valuation is the process of determining how much money a business is worth as a whole. 

Uses for business valuation

Business valuation is crucial for:

  • Anyone hoping to buy a business.
  • Anyone hoping to sell a business.

Business valuation is not just beneficial for buying and selling. It can also be used to improve and expand businesses e.g.:

  • Expansion- Understanding the current and future value of your business could help you to negotiate bank loans or other methods of raising finance for business growth.
  • Disputes- For disputes involving share value, conducting a business valuation could help set the record straight.
  • Tax- Business valuation can help you plan tax-efficient strategies.
Feasibility Study

Feasibility Study

A feasibility study includes an estimate of the level of expertise required for a project and who can provide it, quantitative and qualitative assessments of other essential resources, identification of critical points, a general timetable, and a general cost estimate.
Transaction Advisor

Transaction Advisor

The project development process might require the inputs of a transaction advisor if the Project Sponsor feels that capacity within the organization is not adequate to manage the project development process, especially if the project is complex. Even if the capacity within the organization is adequate to manage the project development process, a professional firm associated as the technical advisor adds value to the process by:

  • Bringing in their experience in similar transactions and protecting against costly, avoidable mistakes
  • Providing technical strength to the institution’s team
  • Bringing legitimacy to the PPP process and placing an external stamp of endorsement on the Government’s proposals, increasing investor and public confidence
  • Providing an opportunity for knowledge transfer to the institution 
Capital Rising

Capital Rising

 

the ability of an individual to obtain money/funds in order to get the business off the ground or help in the daily operations of the business such as the purchase of materials and payment of wages etc. is known as his capital-raising skills. Other than using up one’s savings, there are usually two types of capital used by companies to fund all such operations: debt and equity.
Debt capital is usually raised by obtaining bank loans, personal loans, credit cards or bonds, etc. Equity capital, on the other hand, is raised by selling shares of stock. Ideal capital-raising skills, however, require determining a mix of both these types such that it is most cost-effective.

     CFO Program

CFO Program

The CFO Program harnesses our organization’s broad capabilities to deliver forward thinking and fresh insights for every stage of a CFO’s career—helping Chief Financial Officers:

  • Manage the complexities of their roles
  • Tackle their company’s most compelling challenges
  • Adapt to strategic shifts in the market