In conjuntion with our international network of partners and affiliates, we are able to provide a variety of services to meet the needs of our clients.
|Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)||
We work closely with private and public companies and financial sponsors to analyze strategic alternatives, recommend transaction strategies, and execute buy-side and sell-side transactions. Our M&A advisory services include strategic and transaction advisory services related to acquisitions and divestitures aiming to create optimum value for our clients. We draw on a wealth of insights from time-tested M&A theoretical underpinnings, global empirical determinants of M&A profitability, industry best practices and proprietary extensive experience to advise buyers and sellers of businesses, provide corporate restructuring and turnaround management services, and deliver post-closing value enhancement services to meet our clients' short- and long-term strategic objectives.
We assist private and public companies with sources of funding and capital structure, as well as the tools andanalysis used to allocate financial resources to help corporate managers increase a firm's value to the shareholders. Some of the questions a corporate financial officer attempts to answer on a consistent basis with respect to capital investment decisions include: 1) Should a proposed investment be made? 2) How should the company pay for it; with equity or with debt, or combination of both? 3) Should shareholders be offered dividends on their investment in the company? We provide analyses and recommendations for corporate managers to make the appropriate decisions, deal with short-term issues like the management of current assets and current liabilities, inventory control, investments and other short-term financial matters, as well as long-term commitments like new capital purchases and investments.
We offer a wide range of financial services to help clients, both private and public companies, achieve their goals. We provide strategic advice, arrange loans, raise capital, help manage risk, and assist in extension of liquidity for our clients.
We work with a network of leading international investment banks to offer investment banking and financing services as well as innovative structured products, including:
Project financing is a method of funding in which the financier looks primarily to the revenue streams generated by a single project, both as the source of repayment and as security for the exposure on the funding. In contrast, traditional method of financing is where the borrower promises to transfer to the lender a physical or economic entity as a collateral in the case of default. In practice, most projects are financed by a combination of both traditional methods as well as by guarantee-backed loans. Though project financing refers to raising capital by any means to pay for any project, the term refers to a narrow but increasingly more prevalent method of financing capital- and risk-intensive projects across a broad array of industries.
Project Financing transactions play an important role in financing development throughout the world. This type of financing is usually for large, complex and expensive installations that might include, for example, power plants, chemical processing plants, mines, transportation infrastructure, environment, and telecommunications infrastructure.We work closely with governments, international network of financiers (including commercial banks, direct equity investment funds, multilateral agencies, export credit agencies, and global capital markets), project sponsors, EPC contractors, suppliers, customers and global law firms to provide customized financing solutions for various projects.
No matter what the state of the economy, no company is immune from internal hard times—stagnation or declining performance. Increasing competition, overseas production, technological change and global economic change can all contribute to a crisis situation with serious operational and financial challenges. How can management pinpoint the right turnaround strategy when it is needed—and make it work?
The overall goal of turnaround strategy is to return an underperforming or distressed company to normal in terms of acceptable levels of profitability, solvency, liquidity and cash flow. To achieve its objectives, turnaround strategy must reverse causes of distress, resolve the financial crisis, achieve a rapid improvement in financial performance, regain stakeholder support, and overcome internal constraints and unfavorable industry characteristics.
Turnaround management is a process dedicated to corporate renewal. It uses analysis and planning to save troubled companies and returns them to solvency. The discipline entails management review, activity-based costing, root failure causes analysis, and SWOT analysis to determine why the company is failing. Once analysis is completed, long term strategic plan and restructuring plan can be created and turnaround professionals can begin to implement the plan, continually review its progress and make changes to the plan as needed to ensure the company returns to solvency and profitability.
A successful turnaround could be as simple as surviving a downturn with financial performance only just acceptable to the company’s various stakeholders. In other cases, the recovery could lead to the firm achieving sustainable, superior performance, which in turn could enhance its competitive position in the marketplace.
No matter what type of obstacle a company is faced with, our corporate turnaround and restructuring services are tailored to address the particular needs of each situation. We are committed to finding strategic alternatives to complex business problems, enhancing performance and maximizing value for our clients. Thanks to our extensive experience, unbiased perspective and time-tested strategies and execution plans, we are capable of helping companies restore viability, create significant enterprise value and optimize their competitive edge.
|Other Corporate Services||
We also provide other corporate services such as corporate governance, financial reporting, public and investor relations, etc.
Over the years we have increasingly developed and maintained mutually-rewarding working relationships with international partners and affiliates including investment banks, commercial banks, private equity funds, insurance companies, family offices, pension funds, laws firms, accounting firms, auditors, public and investor relations firms, and management consulting firms. Thanks to this broad network of valuable resources we are able to provide customized solutions to our clients’ particular corporate needs.
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