Corporate finance advisory
We provide strategic corporate financial advice whatever stage your business is at, including business valuations, mergers, acquisitions and disposals and exit strategies and succession planning.
- Assistance with raising funds
- Business valuations
- Cashflow management
- Evaluating strategic business plans
- Our corporate finance consultancy services include:
- Preparing a business plan that sets out your strategy
- Producing financial forecasts, models and budgets to support the plan
From owners who want to know how much their business is worth, to companies that are looking to buy or sell, or shareholders who wish to exit a company, business valuations can be a useful planning exercise and can be used for tax purposes.
We consider every case on an individual basis and ensure that we assess all unique factors that affect the value of your business.
We assist our clients in the preparation of detailed financial models for either specific transactions or for day to day use by the businesses.
To ensure your corporate finance transactions achieve their intended goals, we can provide you with advice that takes into account your entire strategic plan.
We help clients formalise their plans for their business by helping them to produce comprehensive budgets and forecasts, and by preparing detailed business plans.
We tailor our due diligence investigations to ensure the work carried out is specific to your requirements.
The reports we prepare enable a prospective acquirer or funder to make an informed judgement over the information they have been given about a business or potential investment.
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The Ratings (Coronavirus) and Directors Disqualification (Dissolved Companies) Bill, currently going through Parliament, contains implications for directors of dissolved companies.
The Welsh Government has confirmed future developments must consider climate change effects like future flooding and coastal erosion risk. In Wales, developers will now also have to work with flood risk and coastal erosion maps. The Welsh Government have made these available today. The maps will show current risk levels as well as the risk posed by climate change.